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Old 09-15-2010, 04:00 PM
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i hope someone out there can help me with this problem i am having with my truck. i have a 2006 ram 1500 quad cab 5.7 hemi auto, with a 3.92 limited slip differential. whenever i drive the truck it seems absolutly fine. when i come to a stop and the initial take off i get this feeling from the rearend that sounds like bineding or sounds like maybe gear isnt lined up. i do not get any bad noises or any other sounds . my rearend fluid was changed and the addative was added .but like a year later i am getting this unusual sound that you feel through out the truck on take off. my u joints have been checked and are fine. do you have to change the rearend fluid every 15,000 miles on these trucks and if not this is what happens?. thank-you......rob from ct
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Check your owners manual . My '01 lost the posi unit in it because I didn't service when I was suppose to . I ended up putting a used rear under it .
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How were the u-joints checked? The only way to really be sure is to remove the caps. A binding joint won't always exhibit the looseness that is typically associated with a failed joint.
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hi, i know a auto mechanic checked the u-joints and said they were fine. i just do not know if it is common to everyone else that do not change there rear end fluid after 15,000 miles that they start getting this bineding or shudder in the lsd rear end. i just do not hear other truck owner talking about how they have to change the fluid or they are going to start to have rear end problems ? is this true with dodge ram lsd
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