The rear end whine has started. What a surprise
I have 700 soft miles on car. Very soft. I havent beat this thing at all. After coming out of a car that did 152mph. in the qtr., what would be the sense. :lol:big_mike said:OK, how are most of you guys breaking your cars in? There is about 12 of ya that have posted about the rearend whine problem. Has a definite answer been found as to why some cars have the problem and others dont?
Well I have an appt. for 11/28. Lets see how receptive they are....Pennsylvania Goat said:It's not a matter of people "breaking" their goats. There has been an answer....bad rearends! I had mine replaced @ 1,700 miles under warranty. Supposed noisy Dana pinions is whats making the noise in these Goats. GM knows about it and SHOULD replace w/out hassle.
GTO_400 said:Don't know if it's the same or not, but I have noisy clunk,,clunk sound at slow speeds when I disengage the clutch, almost like the rear gears have slack in them or something:confused
Unfortunatly for all GTO owners with stock driveshafts... we don't have the fecking luxury of u-joints... we are blessed with wonderful chunks of fecking rubber! Yep, that's right... RUBBER chunks!big_mike said:Actually, there is. You can have the preload on your gears tightened and get stronger u-joints for the driveshaft. It is impossible to cure ALL drivetrain slack but you can make it better.