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Trans axle noisy transaxle. I put car on blocks and then put into drive. I noticed that the driver wheel was not turning as fast as passengers and sometimes would stop. what might be the problem on my 2001 tiburon?

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  • Andrew Johnson May 11, 2010

    Don't know what the noise is, but the condition described is normal, the output from the trans goes to a final drive (like a differentioal) and it is open, not limited slip. The cars all do that on the lift at work, that is not a symptom.

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Not a problem... I've seen it happen the other way around (depends on the difference between the friction generated by one brake pad/caliper (right/left side) compared to the other against the rotor). The Trans is the 'SLIP DIFFERENTIAL' type.. if the noise is loudest when one wheel is turning while the other is NOT, THEN stop the wheel that's turning to see if the noise goes away when the other wheel turns. If it doesn't, then the problem is in the differential. If it does, further diagnosis is needed.

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