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Vibrationg and grinding in rear end when turning

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If it is a limited slip rear end, it is trying not to slip as you corner and may be grinding itself to death. It can be caused by low oil, water in the oil, dirt or misalignment. You should have the correct fluid on hand before taking off the cover to see how much damage you have.

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