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My front differential is shot. How much should it cost to fix, and how difficult is it to replace myself? Is it a recall? because my rear differential already was replaced by the factory and the 4 wheel drive never felt right

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Are u sure its the differential that is shot and not the tansfer case, they can have similar symptoms, as far as changing the differential itself, if you simply replace the whole thing its pretty much a matter of like a few bolts.

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