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I have a gap in the uptake of power during gear change after the mechanic removed the rear diff centre . He then realised it was my front diff to receive a locker. My rear diff never had this problem previously .I tightened up the unijoint bolts as I found them loose but still had the problem.No noise or vibration is present.

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SOURCE: heavy vibration and noise coming

sounds like an axle CV joint that is bad

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Its sounds like a thump from back diff

If you have a 4x4 most likely your rear axel bushing is cracked, no big deal, just swing by your nearest Toyota dealer and order it. it goes for about $120. Easy to replace, use wd4 or nutsoff to spray inside the car body a few hours before trying to replace it. The accumulated dirt and road salt make it very hard to take the two long bolts out without a ¨fight¨. Please make sure you use a support jack to hold the rear axel in place when you get the bushing out.
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Posted on Sep 21, 2008

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SOURCE: 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

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SOURCE: loud intermittent vibration in 1997 Toyota Land Cruiser

100 series landcruiser auto 98 model 226000 km
whine from front end after 25 kmh no noise when backing off

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