The problem is common to many models. The dealer said they checked the differential and found it to be low on oil with metal pieces. It has to be either the diff or bearing--I hope it's only the bearings, the car only has 56k. These differentials only hold 1 to 1. Power is not the culprit.
I was reading some info on other threads, differential clutch plates??? It goes in the transmission. Notice how the solenoid comes with its own miniature valve body assembly. Our problem turned out to be a rear, right wheel bearing. As I've been saying all along. Power is transferred from the input shaft via the silicon fluid and disks to the output shafts front and rear. Check it out if you love Discord.
This is where you get the 4. By default, power is redirected proportionately to the other two drive wheels. Do you have any ideas as to what the problem could be? Its devinatly coming from the back end. I think it is at the right strut tower. Before investing a lot of money in a new engine, bring your car to us for a free 99 point inspection and consultation so you can choose the best value option.
Put one end on the diff and the other end to your ear do the same with the trans. Another problem associated with the viscous coupling is the difficulty of accurate diagnosis. Purely trouble shooting in my mind, so I may be completely wrong with your vehicle. While I hate destroying stuff, this battle might be lost. The dealership did not want to deal with the headache and the expense of repairing the center diff, so they dumped it on the auction market for unsuspecting people to buy.
If so, it's probably the differential but you can check on nasioc or Impreza forums. My question is were is the best place to get the parts i will need. Couldn't tell if it was coming from one side but it was pretty loud. Nothing is easy to trouble shoot any more. It's not pleasant, but it can be done.
He was hitting on me, then telling me I needed to pay 600 more dollars. I will have to find the fuse labeled fwd and try that. Another way of determining the gear ratio is to turn the pinion shaft and count the turns on the carrier input to output turn ration. Here's the info and proceedure as posted on EndWrench: does a sweeping turn left sound different than a turn right? As I've been saying all along. It's high quality, so we feel it's well worth the Money. This unit has been highly successful in motorsport applications and very popular among enthusiasts. The inside viscous clutch drum gets grooves worn on it where the clutch frictions ride on the grooves from the clutches releasing and applying constantly in both directions.
It might just be as simple as requiring new diff oil. Ok… so now it gets even weirder…. The rear wheel were spinning slower than before but they would still increase in speed with throttle. Here are some thing that we will cover. It will act like a stethoscope.
Subaru rear differential pinion gear Subaru rear differential ring gear damaged, teeth are pitted This post was written by: Martin Hand Donations If you find this information helpful please consider a donation. Or is it just the back of the trans where the drive shaft comes out for the back differential. Like the whole rear axle shudders violently under tourqe as soon as throttle is applied. Well, this car makes noise turning right or left. Now with the fuse for the clutch by putting a 20 amp fuse what is this actualy doing for me, do you think the old fuse is blown or am replacing with a larger fuse to see if it is working? Troubleshooting really can be a heavy burden.
Easy fix and didn't require taking transmission apart. Working around it gives me the option of keeping the price low if that's what they prefer. I have the whole thing precariously positioned in my 12 ton Harbor Freight press, sitting in my driveway, loaded. This may also be of help. I think I was the first to have changed the fluid the fluid was very dirty, the car has 170,000 miles on so time will tell if the trans is ok. . Because this component is hidden and works in the background owners are often baffled by the symptoms, which sound like they could be coming from one or more of several drive line components.