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Need a diagram or information on how to replace Rear end....Making loud scrubbing noises and will not shift into reverse now!

Rear end near the universal is scrubbing needs to be replaced and now the van wont shift into reverse.

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Try this website its Dodge repair information www.alldatadiy and maybe you be able to get the diagrams you need Michigan Man.

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