If you just slap on a junkyard differential I bet there's a good chance you'll have the same issues soon enough. Not one word of cost for parts for this car, Which awesome!! They should be able to figure out if the component needs to be replaced or if there is a short or some other problem with your Explorer. Just make sure you get a warranty on the differential assembly, and that the carrier and pinion bearings are new. The oil will drain out, then I can just remove back plate and everything will be sitting there in front of me. Then re-install axles in new used diff along with new seals and circlips to hold the axles in place. TruckCabinFilter selectedCabinList, null ; truckCabinFilter.
Just like tread on a tire. You can get your rear axle code from the door panel of your truck that will help you get started. It had 200k miles on it and now has over 230k with me owning it. That's very important with our life style. My Ford is big, a 7-seater, for my daughter and all her friends, our dogs and our ski trips, and I always have enough room for our gear; bikes, skiis, snowboards, dog crates, groceries, etc.
It's getting to where i can't hear if talking on the phone and going 40mph because the roar is too loud. Other then 1 transmission replacement, I can say that I never had any problem, Yes Change 2 times tires and once brakes. Paid for it twice with repairs; Best day of my life when I got rid of the blood sucker! My understanding is that you could use any limited slip Ford 8. Like a tire rubbing, but that's not what it is. When your oxygen sensor is having issues, it throws your vehicle's entire fuel system out of whack.
We felt it was time to revisit the Explorer, a best-seller for a decade that suffered major image problems last year because of tire-related safety issues. I would then be able to see how bad the ring and gears are. It disappears for a second sometimes if you take your foot off the gas. He said that's why he suggested the used diff. Yes, you can switch to an open diff. That's because the ring and pinion are spinning, the clutches, etc.
The explorer pumpkin is unique to the explorer, mountaineer, and aviator. It now has over 105k miles. I love the stereo, I can play my favorite albums with exceptional sound quality! They determine the correct relationship between the gear teeth: clearance as well as proper contact pattern. Not sure how or if they improved the bearings, though - I think there was a new style of carrier bearing seal introduced at some point that may have improved that, too, but not sure. But I can't afford to have it start nickel and diming me to death now.
No, you can't use a diff from something else. This type of differential carrier has no means of adjusting bearing preload or location, other than by use of thin shims installed behind the cone and roller assembly. I think so but I'm not 100% sure. Every single negative complaint on this site probably has the cars labeled used with decent to high mileage. He is 16 year parts veteran for carquest.
If it's just the bearings. Don't quote me on this, cause I could be wrong. But my hugs are new all around. He thinks it could just be the side bearings. It's unpleasant at times, but I can live with it and I'm convinced there's no risk of catastrophic failure. Now, what I'm talking about is getting the whole pumpkin from a 2002-2005 explorer. People have to understand that used cars will have problems with them.
I had a couple of shops look at it. I don't know exactly what that means as far as grabbing parts from another model. I want to invest as little as possible as I only need about another 90K miles out of this vehicle. The engine is strong and it's never left me stranded. Then, the high-speed whine came back.