Re: XJS Rear Diff
Righto - I've already got the rear axle on the bench and part stripped, so
I'll let you know what I find over the next couple of days.
"Blake Dodson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I think that "solenoid" is your speedo sensor.
> Power Lock differentials uses clutches to allow some wheels
> differential, but typically is is only a little bit of slippage. In
> fact the clutches are always gripping and force is required to "slip
> them". If the LSD additives were not used your clutches will stick more
> and shudder (hop) when turning. The additive is a friction modifier and
> if you run your differential long enough with out this additive it may
> behave just as you see it and even destroy the clutches. New clutch
> kits can be purchased.
> You have a performace rear end designed to put as much power to the
> ground as possible. No more one tyre burnouts as with limited slip you
> can spin both while launching the car. Maybe thats what you should do,
> launch it hard a few times after you use LSD lube or additives. Read
> your owners manual for recommended LSD gear oil. Motul and Castrol make
> Try the cheapest options first before replacing the clutch packs.