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Q: Rear differential crabbing or binding? on 2004 Buick Rainier

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2004 V8 5.3 with AWD and 68,000 miles. When making tight turn say in a parking lot, the rear end act like its crabbing or jumping. I had the identical vehicle before and that had a very smooth turning action.
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Look at the tires that they are the same size make and thread depth. Get the differential oil hot by doing figure eights in a parking lot change the oil and use GM/Buick approved oil in the differential.