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post #1 of 4 Old 08-15-2011, 05:50 PM Thread Starter
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Vibration on take off

So when I take off in a turn, like from a 4-way stop, I get a bad vibration from the rear end until I get straightened up again. Does not do it when taking off straight, only while turning. Also, noticed it gets much smoother after the rear end warms up, usually several miles down the interstate. Any ideas???

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Could be your carrier bearing.

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I would check clutch packs in rear end. Thats what went out in mine.
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I don't know what to look for for wear on the clutches but I have a similer problem. I removed the plate and fluid cleand with break clean, put two containers of the ford fruction modifire fluid in for goid measure and new diff fluid synthetic 75w 140 and drove it. So far so good. If that dosn't fix it you may need a cluch kit!

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