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Have noise in rear when vehicle is underload. it

Have noise in rear when vehicle is underload. it has 94,000 miles on it. What is most economical way to fix this? Have been told by a mechanic that this is a rear differential and that I need to put in a rebuilt differential. He said that Chrysler made some differentials at that time that were noisy and the only solution is a different rear differential. Is this so?

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The mechanic speaks the truth.The diffs in these did have problems.Its a common occurence.Hope this helps

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