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Old 02-09-2008, 05:52 PM   #1
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(4wd). My car (if i push it) wont move it will just skid across the ground but when i pick up one end and push it back and forth on two wheels it will move, but not on all four. it cant be the brakes. when i put the car on a stand and move the wheels they move but not on the ground

what the heck would be causeing this, its really pissing me off.

should i take out the tranny and see if i can move the car?
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Did you just work on the car? If it is a 4wd, maybe you put one of the diffs in backwards.
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yes but i thought that i put in right, damn
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Hello all,

(4wd). My car (if i push it) wont move it will just skid across the ground but when i pick up one end and push it back and forth on two wheels it will move, but not on all four. it cant be the brakes. when i put the car on a stand and move the wheels they move but not on the ground

what the heck would be causeing this, its really pissing me off.

should i take out the tranny and see if i can move the car?
What kind of car do you have?
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Old 02-09-2008, 09:40 PM   #5
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its a 2.5 t-maxx but i found the problem, the rear diff was in backwards
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its a 2.5 t-maxx but i found the problem, the rear diff was in backwards
It happens.. Glad you found the problem..... Don't ask me how I knew to look for that issue.

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