Question about 2002 Audi A4
I could always hear my differential when accelerating hard through turns. Recently, however it has suddenly become extreme. When accelerating hard from a stop while turning, it feels like my wheels are going to fall off. It is clearly coming from the rear of the car and is too rapid to be associated with one spot on the tire. It only happens while turning (i.e. turning right on red into traffic where I'm forced to get up to speed quickly). If I slowly accelerate, nothing. If I'm not turning, nothing. If I push it too hard and the thumping starts, I can let off of the gas and it stops. Suddenly, I'm forced to drive like my mother. Any help would be appreciated.
Differential could be low on oil
wheel bearings could be going out
tires could be out of balance, likely
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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