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Cadillac SRX First Generation Forum - 2004 - 2009 Discussion, Rubbing and chatter from rear end question... in Cadillac SRX Forums; So very happy to post that since the oil change + additive we have a QUITE rear differential! Yay! So ...
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    AmyinFL is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: Rubbing and chatter from rear end question...

    So very happy to post that since the oil change + additive we have a QUITE rear differential! Yay! So very excited! Thanks to all of you for your input advice.
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    Ok, just waiting on the additive to arrive, and then we will change it out Thanks again!

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    nstar is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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    Re: Rubbing and chatter from rear end question...

    Quote Originally Posted by AmyinFL View Post
    Thankfully it is only while turning, and seems to only do it when it's cold (not outside temp but meaning when car is first driven) I did call the dealer that this vehicle was serviced at and all recalls have been taken care of. Additionally, I requested the records and it shows where a diff. bushing was replaced last year...it does not say anything about the friction modifier additive-so hoping it will do the trick! I just bought this car from an old man last week, and of course on the test drive we didn't hear it! LOL! She is a beauty though..black on black and completely loaded only 58k miles

    Seem like GM dealer doing seal repair would have to pay for this diff change of fluid and additive and stand by any ongoing problems with vehicle.

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