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This is a discussion on Differential REtaining Clip Problem within the Transmission & AWD forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by oguitar There is a spring pin that attaches the axle to the transmission. Make sure it is ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by oguitar View Post
    There is a spring pin that attaches the axle to the transmission. Make sure it is in place. Get the front of the car safely in the air and rotate the front wheel by hand while looking at where the axle and transmission meet. If the spring pin is missing then get it replaced and see if that helps.

    Pics of the spring pin?



    here is Roger's axle..

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    Differential REtaining Clip Problem

    That looks like the pin is in it ok.
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