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97 Ford Explorer XLT 2WD 5.0/Clutch Plates

Discussion in 'Transmissions & Transfer Cases' started by Chrisrod2016, February 13, 2020 at 4:14 PM.

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  1. Chrisrod2016

    Chrisrod2016 New Member

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    Yesterday I changed my clutch plates and left rear axle. There is a slight humming at certain speeds. Is this a common thing to hear until the new parts get broken in?
     
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    Was the tooth contact pattern between pinion gear and ring gear checked and corrected if needed?

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    Please don’t start a new thread for every question you have on the same topic.
     
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