Question about 1998 Jeep Wrangler
I have a 98 wrangler my rear differental was blown. I had it rebuilt with a dealer kit. It has been a month and it is going again. Lucky it's still under warranty but not sure why it would go again. Any suggestions? I have a 3" body lift and larger tires. I'm new to the jeep so I am completely lost when it comes to the lift kits and such.
If all metal debris was not cleaned from inside housing it will make short work of bearings etc. If unit was not assembled correctly (requires skill, dial indicators and absolute attention to clearances), it will also quickly fail.If not properly filled with fluid same. If you went off-road and beat on it, that does not help either!!! 3" or any lift kit technically voids most warranties....in my opinion, a lift of 3" will not cause diff failure, especially that fast.
Posted on May 30, 2009
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