Charger SRT Hellcat
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Nope, just looks like they added the friction modifier.Is the replacement fluid a different part# than what was originally in the diff?
Ok thanks. From the new TSB it looks like they're just draining/refilling all the fluid.Nope, just looks like they added the friction modifier.
On a side note, Star case started to see if they'll approve another driveshaft and maybe rear differential. I think the carrier bearing is not so good.
Mine only happens once when the transmission and driveshaft change torque direction when engaging R or D, and happens at a dead stop just same as when moving. It’s all about the change in torque direction occurring through the main DS. So this tells me it has nothing to do with the wheel DS, but more likely the transmission, DS, or rear end.I've got a little clunk, sounds like a driver side half shaft cv joint, hasn't gotten any worse but probably should get it checked out.
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Man this is what I am hoping it is! I just had the new one-piece DSS installed and ran an entire weekend of one-mile races last weekend, and the clunknshowed up the day after it ended. Racing was all soft launch on street tires on airport runway (unprepped surface). Only thing the newly installed DS saw was lots of speed, start and stop. So I think Force-caused damage to anything should be unlikely based on what I was doing, and I am really hoping it is just new part needing to be re-torqued.I had this issue with my HC. Ended up being the driveshaft bolts that attach it to transmission. They worked loose and had to be replaced because mechanic said they are like head bolts and stretch when tightened.