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post #1 of 2 Old 03-23-2003, 04:46 AM Thread Starter
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Question Anyone else's Auburn Posi making noise??

I just got my Auburn Posi put in yesterday. I notice that when I make slow left and right turns, the posi unit makes a LOUD grinding and chattering noise It almost feels like my rearend is about to break and fall apart. The noise only happens when turning, driving straight is fine.

Ive heard Auburn's are suppose to be noisey, but this sound is outta control

Anyone know whats going on??


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I have an Auburn Pro and it sometimes makes a loud "grinding" noise when turning slow. It freaked me out when I first head it, so I called Auburn and talked to an engineer who assured me that the noise is not uncommon when using "parts store" gear lube / friction modifier. I've driven about 5000 miles and made 20 or more passes at the track with no other problems. I will just drive it until it shatters. Works great other than the noise.


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