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What could cause a rear differential Chevy posi-traction - limited slip 3:73 ratio, to make a loud slipping sound, it shudders, shakes the vehicle.I hit a concrete pole with the rear tire

Answer - at a guess - hitting a concrete pole ??? It sounds like you have done some serious internal damage to the diff - take it to a diff repair shop to get a diagnosis??

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Manual for a travel trailer 1981 road ranger. Also how to keep my trailer batteries charged to have power.

Can't help win manual, but you can by a solar panel and silicone it to the roof to keep batteries charged.

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Just purchased an 87 Ford Honey C.... aux battery shows a good charge, but when parked the outlet nor tv work?

Fit a solar panel on the roof ,dont think the dual circuit charging is working for whatever reason

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Jaycar and all caravan sites will sell solar panels . All off road shops sell solar panels as well. Go the net and type in rv solar panels Sydney and you will find a shop near you.

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My son just wrecked his 2011 Ford F150 at 60 mph hitting a telephone pole. He hit the pole so hard it broke the pole in half but the airbags did not deploy? What would cause this?

Is theTruck totally destroyed??? Some sensors, are designed to deploy, by movement to complete stop, in a portion of a second. I've been in 2 bad wrecks with my Maxda Protege. I time "T" boned a car. When it got hit,& was dead stop, they deployed. Light poles, (aluminum for sure) & some concrete poles are regulated by the US Dept. of Transportation. They are called "break aways". Years ago, poles were mounted on 3 - 4 ft concrete bases. The impact to the base would crush the car, if not the pole would "smash" thru the top of the vehicle. If that truck is repairable, I would have to believe he hit a "breakaway" & the breakaway did its job

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You did not mention the year and model which would help to choose a prime suspect, but all I can tell you for sure that is that something is broken that secures part of the drive train. Could be motor mount, transmission mount, guibo in drive shaft, rear axle mount. Could possibly be a shock mount or the sheet metal where the shock mounts attach to the body on an early e46.
The good news is that unless it is the sheet metal around a shock mount, it is most likely an inexpensive repair.

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Have it scanned, Autozone will do this for free.

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