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How to repair differential

After I replaced the c-clip with a new one from ford the same problem happened after I driven my car twice at exactly 20-50 mph and I don't know what can cause this to happen

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The groove where the clip fits is worn. There is excess force being exerted from the spider gear.

Posted on Mar 31, 2014

  • David Mar 31, 2014

    Well my axel isn't worn where the clip is at it seems to easy going on and staying I'm thinking about welding it or using a compound to try in keep it in place but I don't think my axel is warped or worn where the clip is at I can't see any messed up teeth in the axel either what else could it be that's wrong

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