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- REAR AXLE POPPING/CHATTER NOISE - DANA 80 MODEL DUAL REAR WHEEL (DRW)
| Publication Date: July 30, 2004 |
This article supersedes TSB 03-16-03 to update the vehicle model years.
Some F-350 vehicles equipped with the dual rear wheel (DRW) rear axle may exhibit a popping or audible chattering noise. This popping noise/feel results from the clutch plates and discs (in the limited slip differential case) sticking and then slipping. The condition can occur in either forward or reverse, or both, when the axle is required to differentiate, i.e. during vehicle turning.
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