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Q: When I turn from a stop sign, or stopped position, my rear tires lock up. Why? on 2001 Ford Escape

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I had just drained the lubricant from the rear differential, and replaced it and added some slip lock. That did nothing for the issue. Could it be from the Power Take Off unit? Or possibly could it be stuck in 4WD from error of automatic 4WD engage?
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It was sticking in the first place. Draining the lube and refilling it was an attempt to fix the problem. SO NO, IT IS NOT BECAUSE I DRAINED THE FLUID.
Well, when people obviously can't read... you kinda have to lay it out in BOLD letters.
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WELL IF YOU KNOW SO MUCH WHY ARE YOU ASKING QUESTIONS. JUST WANTED TO KNOW IF PROBLEM WAS ALREADY THERE OR DID IT START AFTER THE DRAIN AND FILL. IL FLAG YOU SO I DON'T ASK YOU ANY MORE DUMB QUESTIONS. BTW MY CARS RUN AND SOUND GREAT.
Ooooh I'm shaking in my boots because somebody that I don't know on a website's gonna flag me... I really should worry I'll go to jail for this horrid crime against humanity.
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bye!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.hope you can fix your car
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