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post #7891 of 10770 Old 06-28-2013, 06:39 PM
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I'm under the impression all D44As are positrac, which is the main reason why the only lockers that got developed for it were a couple of lunchbox lockers. If you really had an open D44A, my feeling would be the posi clutches wore out.
Nope, had an open carrier. Never had a posi.

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post #7892 of 10770 Old 06-28-2013, 09:43 PM
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when your hvac works however it wants

usually not how you want it though

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post #7893 of 10770 Old 06-28-2013, 11:51 PM
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when your hvac works however it wants

usually not how you want it though
yep...my AC drainage line seems clogged and is flooding my front passenger floor board....sucks.
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post #7894 of 10770 Old 06-29-2013, 12:28 AM
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mines just blowing out the floor ever since i changed the resistor

i wonder if its model year specific

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post #7895 of 10770 Old 06-29-2013, 05:23 AM
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I'm under the impression all D44As are positrac, which is the main reason why the only lockers that got developed for it were a couple of lunchbox lockers. If you really had an open D44A, my feeling would be the posi clutches wore out.
Niners and tow package usually got a posi 44a. A 96+ V8 with no tow pack usually had an open 44a. Same story for D35s, just minus the niner part (and I6 only for 96-98).
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I had an open 44a until I put in my lunchbox locker. You can only put a lunchbox into an open carrier 44a. There's 0 aftermarket support for the LSD 44a carrier.

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Thats odd considering they were put in vettes and vipers too
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Thats odd considering they were put in vettes and vipers too
Corvettes had D44 IRS or D36 IRS and are totally different animals

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When your wife buys herself a YJ(cuz she's ALWAYS wanted a Wrangler), and all you can think to yourself is WHY????????????

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When your wife buys herself a YJ(cuz she's ALWAYS wanted a Wrangler), and all you can think to yourself is WHY????????????
my girl wants a red CJ-5 even though she has a silver/gray ZJ... ugh lol.. what's the point?
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when you don't have turn signals or some other important electrical amenity.
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when your mirrors move in the wrong direction every time you enter your vehicle but you still can't figure out why
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when your mirrors move in the wrong direction every time you enter your vehicle but you still can't figure out why
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my girl wants a red CJ-5 even though she has a silver/gray ZJ... ugh lol.. what's the point?
Like they say, Barbie drives a Wrangler. (Don't show up, ZJ Barbie guy, let me have my fun)

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I think a few ZJ owners have Wrangler envy and don't want to admit it.

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