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Car clicks and clunks on my evo 4 when taking off at full lock like as if the drives were gone but there not there perfect the diffs were changed to cusco double diffs all round

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CV Joint, Diff bolts or driveshaft's

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My nm model pajero exceed will go into 4 wheel drive,but will not disengage.any ideas

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I have a 97 vzj95 prado 3.4lt v6 Recently the front diff seized and I've replaced it but now on turns while accelerating I'm hearing a clunk from the rear diff... Is this a wind up issue? Thanks

Yes it is a wind up of the axles and not the drive shafts. Your car has a limited slip diff and it is locking up.
When you are accelerating the diff locks up and your wheels are rotating at different rates while turning. This causes the axles to twist until the pressure causes the Limited Slip Diff to slip.
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Front diff gone, car making clunking noise on acceleration

go to an empty parking lot

turn the wheel all the way to the right and drive in circle slowly

listen for a ticking noise or similar.

repeat in the left direction.

if you hear a ticking or clicking noise you likely have a bad CV joint. not a horridly expensive repair tho a necessary one

one other thing that will cause it is if the rubber boot surrounding the CV
joint is torn.

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