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I have a 1998 P38 Range Rover and the rear diff tends to lock up when doing tight turns. Can the limited lip be adjusted ?


yes
but it is for a professional transmission shop to do the adjustment
problems as stated start from the wrong oil being used in the differential
have a diff oil change done , flush out the diff the put the correct limited slip diff oil back in
it is not standard diff oil but special oil

Jan 13, 2017 | Rover Cars & Trucks

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How to Replace rear wheel bearing


first remothe the diff cover and drain, find the bolt that retains diff gears and remove then remove pin holding the diff gears, at this point do not rotate any part at all, axle or crown, push axle inward and remove c clip holdin axle in, pull axle out and using a bearing puller remove bearing, lubricate new bearing and install using new seal, examine axle for damage to bearing contact surface is good install , reverse procedure to finnish and fill rear end with new oil

Sep 16, 2010 | 1998 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup

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How do i change out my rear end


remove wheels calipers and rotors, remove rear cover and drain oil from diff, remove abs sensors if it has abs,remove axle shafts, this is done by removing the 8mm bolt holding the pin, slide pin out push axle in to remove c clip holding axle then slide out, do the same to other side, note dont spin diff or gears will fall out,dissconect driveshaft, next remove axle vent and unbolt brake hose from axle,leaving brake lines connected unclip them from axle housing, next support diff with jack, dissconect lower shock bolts and slide shocks to side, remove upper control arm bolts from diff, slowly lower diff to release spring tension now remove springs and remove lower arm bolts. lower diff and take out. reverse to install. hope this helps.

Aug 27, 2010 | 1996 Ford Crown Victoria

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Rear end(locker) spider gear gone, retaining pin sheared,


The spider pin does have a set screw holding it in place. Do you know that?

May 15, 2010 | 1999 Chevrolet K1500

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I have a 2008 Jeep Wrangler X. The rear differential I believe is a Dana 44.I want to buy a Ricmond locker for the rear diff, but I dont know how many splines the axle is? Can you help me?


Generally you can find that out by showing the ID tag to a parts guy at a dealer. However...after being fooled several times by tags that were not from the original diff I was working on, I use the tried and true method of actually removing the axle and counting the splines.
Up-grading to a positraction rear is a good idea but one thing to remember is that you need to re-set all clearances properly or the gears will quickly self destruct. A cheaper and easier swap is to find a complete differential in a scrapyard and install the entire unit (complete) Then, your only concern is that you exactly match the gear ratio of the one you are replacing (again, don't rely on the tag...count the gear teeth on the ring gear and pinion gear.) Posi units are sometimes difficult to locate but if yours isn't broken, you have time to search.

Mar 01, 2010 | 2008 Jeep Wrangler

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No power to rear diff lock on 80 series landcruiser


The rear locker will only operate when the centre diff lock is engaged (amber light on dash) and your speed is below approx. 5mph.

If the rear locker indicator does not illuminate, check the 10-amp "Gauge" fuse in the internal fuse panel.

If the light flashes but doesn't become steady, this is probably a siezed / jammed rear locker. On soft ground, repeatedly turn the locker on and off while driving in gentle circles to see if that frees it up. Also, tapping the actuator while an assistant operates the locker can help free it up.

Jan 06, 2010 | 1990 Toyota Land Cruiser

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85 gmc rear diff locker wont let go


i have factory eaton locker in mine and its designed to be locked at all times until one tire out runs the other i.e. going around a corner.cheverolet recommends regular 90w lubricant with limited slip additive

Mar 28, 2009 | 2002 Chevrolet Avalanche

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4WD selected but only RWD active


Hi,
Your sami sounds as if the either the lockers, the axles or the transfer box are not doing too good... An open locker or a broken axle will steal all the power going to the front of the car. A transfer problem is also a good reason for this kind of thing, but this usualy happens with some noise, so you'd probably know if the transfer was bad. The front axle hub a.k.a. the diff can also be bad. I'd take off both lockers - 12 screws on each and a circlip (make sure they are in the free position ). You can now see the axles themselves and try to rotate them manually. While engaged in 4wd - they should not move more than a 1/4 turn. If both move free your diff or transfer box are bad, depending whether you see the front driveshaft moving or not. If drvshft is moving - transfer is bad. If not - the diff is gone. If only one is free - your axle is broken.  Not a biggie to diagnose but one hell of a pita to fix... I'd advise you to head to the shop and and have a pro fix it. Cheers emi

Feb 01, 2009 | 1986 Suzuki Samurai

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