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Old 18-04-17
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Doesn't help but I've got a 2006 mk manual dual cab diesel GLS.
Haven't had this problem. Usually drive in 4h on the dirt at upto highway speeds and no grinding or noticeable windup.
Closest I've heard to wind up is on full lock going from dirt to sealed but it goes away as soon as the wheels are straightened up.
Sounds like a diff isn't working properly. Not much else can be involved in windup.
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Old 19-04-17
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Odd , I always thought they only had easy select and no center diff until a few years ago which turned me off the Triton / Challenger back in 2005 when I got my NP Pajero.

Easy Select = 2h, 4h and 4l drive modes.

Super Select = 2h, 4h, 4hlc and 4llc drive modes.
my bad its Easy select NOT super select , shows what I know
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So you know you shouldn't use 4wd on bitumen?
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So you know you shouldn't use 4wd on bitumen?


True? I didn't know that. LC definitely not, but I sometimes use 4H in the wet. That's in a Paj with SuperSelect or SuperSelect2. Is that wrong?



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Super select and super select 2 do allow you to use 4H on bitumen.

Easy select No.
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Old 19-04-17
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Ok mystery solved but not sure why.

Went to a diff place first up this morning, they could find no wrong.

In desperation started thinking what has been done that could have caused such a problem.
What What What.
It was really bugging me.

Only thing changed has been new tyres and a new drive shaft , new tyres ( 265-70-16) installed 6 months ago and dont think I had in 4x4 since, except last weekend when it played up.

Maybe thats it I thought , but how could that be.

Bugger it, I changed my tyres back to my old muddies from my previous paj. (31-10-15) just to try anything.
Man I was getting desperate , but hell I needed it fixed.
Next stop was the tranny place in dandy.

Anyways Problem gone.... MMMMM

As smooth as silk in and out of 4x4.
But why?

Checked all tyres , pressures are ok and they are all same brand and same tread patterns on the 16's.

its still got me stumped as it was obviously getting severe wind up.

Oh well get out of jail free card used up.

Thanks for your replies it kept me going, and with comments about tyres it got me thinking a little differently , you're all awesome!

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Ok mystery solved but not sure why.

Went to a diff place first up this morning, they could find no wrong.

In desperation started thinking what has been done that could have caused such a problem.
What What What.
It was really bugging me.

Only thing changed has been new tyres and a new drive shaft , new tyres ( 265-70-16) installed 6 months ago and dont think I had in 4x4 since, except last weekend when it played up.

Maybe thats it I thought , but how could that be.

Bugger it, I changed my tyres back to my old muddies from my previous paj. (31-10-15) just to try anything.
Man I was getting desperate , but hell I needed it fixed.
Next stop was the tranny place in dandy.

Anyways Problem gone.... MMMMM

As smooth as silk in and out of 4x4.
But why?

Checked all tyres , pressures are ok and they are all same brand and same tread patterns on the 16's.

its still got me stumped as it was obviously getting severe wind up.

Oh well get out of jail free card used up.

Thanks for your replies it kept me going, and with comments about tyres it got me thinking a little differently , you're all awesome!

Mike
Well done for getting this far. I'd be getting myself one of those floppy tape measures from the sewing kit and measuring the rolling diameter of the offending tyres. There must be a difference.
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what tyre pressures are you running exactly?
secondly what style of tred are your 16inch tyres. they may have a lot more grip compared to older muddies.
diff ratios may be worth looking into as well. v6 manuals are a 4.9 ratio where as the auto is
a 4.875. diesels from memory are around 4.66 or there about
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