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Whining diff 1986 silver spirit

The diff whines under load but take the foot off the accelerator and the whine stops till the accelerator is engaged again
The whine becames less audible at 100k plus because the pitch is higher

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Probably slight wear due to lack of oil changes.

It is important to change all the cars oils and fluids periodically.

Prevention is always better than cure.

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Height control action noisy, emitting squawks when operating. Air in heigt control system. Bleed system.

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  • Holmes Rolls Jul 22, 2008

    Check for air in the height control system - bleed if necessary

  • Holmes Rolls Nov 12, 2008

    How can you grade aan automobile problem that you didn't or could not solve and post???

  • Holmes Rolls Nov 12, 2008

    You ranked me as an apprentice, but, you dont have an anwser, so, what is your rank now???

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