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I've owned my ford ranger for about 1 month and now that we have snow I've noticed that if I spin out the am getting a hard and loud thump from the rear end. I have a long steep driveway and if im not in 4 wheel drive going up it and spin a little, once i get traction it thumps real hard. does any one know what this might be? I don't know a lot but I was assuming the gears in the rear differential might be worn. If that is the problem is it expensive to fix?
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Mine does the same thing I do think that's the problem
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And it's not too expensive. Just take it to your local shop and find out
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