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Originally Posted by wrenchhead944 View Post
This is what I wanted to know .
Different sites , different answers .
It is a awd . So there is a viscous coupler behind the cover.
I have seen Land Rovers with bad viscous couplers that slip under hard load .
I bet that is what this one has done .
One more piece of the puzzler solved or at least an avenue to pursue .
Thanks for the reply

Brian
One of the more likely failure points on the 964 g64 is the hyd slave cylinders that actuate the clutch packs in the diffs, there is a lateral and longitudinal diff, both clutch type. Another failure point is the lateral and longitudinal accelerometers that provide the info to control the hyd circuits that control the diff activity

Her'e one disassembled, the seals are what fail most often
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