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Old 02-18-2004, 18:40   #1 (permalink)
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AU Diff Whine Solution?

Hi everyone,

I saw a thread posted in 2001 about the noisy whining sound that comes from the AU diffs when moving off. The post mentioned high-temperature automatic transmission fuild helping to quieten down the sound, and also help with the clunking sound too.

Can I ask if there is any consensus on this?

My car is an AU2 Fairlane.

Thank you,

Andrew.
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Re: AU Diff Whine Solution?

Do not use ATF in your diff. It will destroy it. AU diffs generally whine because the bearings can go in them from as low as 40,000km.
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