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Chrysler: My limited slip is not slipping on a 2004 T&C AWD!

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My limited slip is not slipping on a 2004 T&C AWD! The drive train tightens on a 90 degree turn and pops a rear axle on a tight 180 with dry asphalt. In other words, it acts like a solid rear axle. It has been like this for years but another axle just broke and I need a fix. Mr. Brilliance at Crysler service said it is the transfer case. LOL. Is there a repair for the final drive (differential)? Or do I just replace it.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Transmissions
Expert:  Tool Hut replied 2 years ago.
Honestly by the time you pay to have it removed and torn down for inspection and replace just the broken parts. you would definitely be cheaper to replace as parts aren't extremely available or cheap
Expert:  Tool Hut replied 2 years ago.
Did you figure anything out?