Question about 1998 Honda CR-V
If what your told is true and it was mine, I wouldn't buy someones elses worn out parts.
I would pull the axles,remove the rear differential,wash out the housing with mineral spirits,possible install new axle bearings because of the mileage.
Then proceed to replace whatever is your issue. Maybe just side carrier or pinion bearings. Most auto parts stores will remove and install any pressed on part.
I'am guessing you never changed the gear lube or ran it dry,because of a slow leak.
Just noticed a note pad on my desk
Got a really good idea, and used it when I had my Trans Shop years ago.
We have an outlet locally. The factory is in Indiana
If they don't have one,you can send yours to be rebuilt.
There is no better remaufacturer than Jasper.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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