Question about Ford Explorer
Hello, If you have rear disc brakes check your Emergency brakes inside the rear Rotor hub. Sometimes the lining of the E brake will rust away from shoe and float inside the drum portion. It is more apparent after stops and after backing up a distance and then going forward.
There can also be clutches in the limited-slip differentials which can act up around corners. Some Models use a friction compound in the rearend to help the clutches work and on 4 wheel drive units the rear differential may use a synthetic gear lube while the front axle uses a normal lube.
Check your E-brakes and if you still have the problem, pop off the differential cover and see what is in the bottom of the housing. This will give you the opportunity to clean inside the axle housing and replace the lube with something you know belongs there.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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