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torque bind

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#1 haru182


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Posted 07 October 2003 - 06:03 PM

4EAT only
anybody had the syptoms of torque bind on pre 95 legs, only to find out that it was a soleinoid of some sort. I am having the symptoms and a bad 2 - 3 shift so I think thats what it may be

let me know if you have delt with this

#2 Al_Baru


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Posted 07 October 2003 - 07:00 PM

I've had a problem with torque bind in my 93 legacy but only when turning full lock circles at parking speeds. There is a solenoid that disengages the centre diff that needed replacing. It decouples front and rear wheels during major turning operations.


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