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  • Fluid Change: Regular maintenance involves changing the differential fluid. This helps to keep the gears and bearings lubricated, preventing excessive wear and reducing friction.

  • Inspection: A technician may inspect the differential components for signs of wear or damage. This includes checking the gears, bearings, seals, and other related parts.

Differential Service

  • Seal Replacement: Over time, seals in the differential may wear out, leading to fluid leaks. Technicians may replace these seals to prevent fluid loss.

  • Gear Replacement: If the gears inside the differential are worn or damaged, they may need to be replaced. This can be a more involved repair.

  • Bearing Replacement: Worn bearings can cause noise and reduce the efficiency of the differential. Replacement of worn bearings is part of the repair process.

  • Housing Repair: In some cases, damage to the differential housing may occur, requiring repairs or replacement.

Differential Repair:

  • Some vehicles have limited-slip differentials, which require special attention. LSD service may involve additional steps, such as using specific fluids and ensuring that the limited-slip mechanism functions correctly.

Limited-Slip Differential (LSD) Service:

  • Modern vehicles may have electronic differentials that are part of an advanced traction control system. Repairs may involve diagnosing and fixing issues with sensors or the electronic control unit (ECU).

Electronic Differential Repair:

  • In severe cases of damage or if the differential is beyond repair, a complete replacement may be necessary.

Complete Differential Replacement:

Differential Service & Repair

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