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Screaching noise on slow lrft and right turns from rear differential

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Hmm, might be that the gear oil of your rear diff needs to either drained and refilled or just topped off. the gear oil for differentials like those use a special kind of oil which is called hypoid and this is specifically used on limited slip differentials.

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