Originally Posted by mccorry
No... this is different. Straight line not turning. And it doesn't do it when the temperature gets above ~55 deg F.
It doesn't matter if the car is cold or warmed up, either.
the diff doesnt just work when you are turning. if you accel hard, the diff will tr to preven the one whell with the least amont of traction from spinning out of control as it would in a non-limied slip diff. the sound is could be the clutches slipping allittle and heating up while transfering power. it also could be the whole diff housing twisting under power, ot maybe the rear u-join on the drive shaft twisting. we know its happening under power only so its not the suspension. its somewhere in the rear of the drivetrain.
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