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#9: 01-29-2013, 05:44 AM
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I can also help you out with a new OEM unit and can send you a digital copy of the section of the manual that covers replacement.

+1 to what Whitetiger and compsurge have said. I suspect a different failure mechanism though, since the typical failure mode - "worn out" fluid - causes the diff to act open rather than lock-up.
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