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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-31-2016, 06:49 PM Thread Starter
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Question All wheel drive ? JX 35

Hi I have a jx35 with about 80k on it I have noticed when I am making a tight turn the car almost feels like the all wheel drive is binding up. Almost like it's in SNOW mode and my gears are catching. My uncle said he thought maybe the gears needed an additive? I guess they do that with chevys.. I just had it at the dealer for service and they made no mention of anything needing to be done. I have been reading reviews and I am starting to get nervous.Thanks for your input

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I've noticed this on my JX since it was new so I've never really thought anything of it. I'm also at 80K, are you just now experiencing the noise/vibration or have you noticed it for a while?
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Never had this issue (AWD JX w/ 76,000mi). However got in a accident not at fault $20k of repairs and I'm now having this issue the rear feels like it is skidding in turns and the front feels like it's not turning properly. There's a shudder when I make U-turns. Dealer checked it claims its normal.
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