Difference between revisions of "Diff trouble"

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<p>Originally submitted by T:<br /><br />==Noises:==<br />===Symptom:===</p><p>===Knocking from one or both sides of the rear axle:===Knocking from one or both sides of the rear axle with the throttle shut and the vehicle coasting.<br /><br />===Cause:===The sidegear bearing for that axle in the Differential Carrier (the Hemisphere) <br />is worn into an oval shape. The differential end of that axle is being stirred around in a circle and the axle is being flexed with each rotation. This can cause an axle to break.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>===Terms:===[http://holdenpaedia.oldholden.com/Terms Terms]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>[[Category: Transmission]]</p>
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Originally submitted by T:
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==Noises:==
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===Symptom:===
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===Knocking from one or both sides of the rear axle:===
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Knocking from one or both sides of the rear axle with the throttle shut and the vehicle coasting.<br /><br />
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===Cause:===
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The sidegear bearing for that axle in the Differential Carrier (the Hemisphere) <br />is worn into an oval shape. The differential end of that axle is being stirred around in a circle and the axle is being flexed with each rotation. This can cause an axle to break.&nbsp;
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===Terms:===
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[http://holdenpaedia.oldholden.com/Terms Terms]&nbsp;
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[[Category: Transmission]]

Revision as of 21:11, 1 December 2016

Originally submitted by T:

Noises:

Symptom:

Knocking from one or both sides of the rear axle:

Knocking from one or both sides of the rear axle with the throttle shut and the vehicle coasting.

Cause:

The sidegear bearing for that axle in the Differential Carrier (the Hemisphere)
is worn into an oval shape. The differential end of that axle is being stirred around in a circle and the axle is being flexed with each rotation. This can cause an axle to break. 

Terms:

Terms