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Front differential broke in my 2003 mercury mountaineer v8 how much to fix

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Depends I had a whole new used one put in for 1300...I had the front diff replaced 2x and the front driveshaft 2x a Drive shaft by shaftmaster is about 340. Some type of frame tweakage that throes it off. Always make sure you have the same tread on your Mountaineer if you have AWD.

Posted on Feb 25, 2011

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    Cesar Ramirez Apr 08, 2012

    who did the job for you, and did the 1300 include parts and labor

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What broke and why? Diff,Drive Axles,Won't go into 4 wheel?

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