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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check to see if driveshaft to rear is turning.if it is, either the ring gear & pinion gear in the differential are not making good contact either from being worn, or out of alignment due to worn bearings in differential case,or both.check if axle has back & forth play in differential,indicating worn beaings. also could be worn ring gear to axle contact in differential.check for vibration in axle while in gear increasing as you give it more gas, caused from ring gear teeth slipping past teeth on axle.they would have to be replaced together. oversize wheels & tires tend to accelerate axle/ring gear contact teeth.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
what an *******. If I had a manual or my library had one I wouldnt be asking the question. If I need help fixing something dont tell me to go jump in a lake just dont answer
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
The problem is a worn shift fork inside the transmision. Replace the shift forks and check the forward gear pinions and forward shift dog pinions for wear. If the pinions show any signs of wear replace them too.
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
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