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Have you checked your front & rear differential fluid? for the front, there is a small stubby yellow dip stick on the passenger side in the rear of the engine. It lays very low and not to be confused with the regular transmission dip stick which is located on the driver side. Also you need to check the rear diff by unscrewing the plug and putting your fingers in it to see if it's wet.

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