Hey guys, I just wanted to do this post to remind everybody of how unpredictable the differentials in these cars can be. You guys all owe Shamille a big apology, here's why To any of those who remember when I sold my car back in 2015 (prior to buying it back a year later) the car ran FLAWLESSLY, and I mean flawlessly. There were no vibrations in the transmission, shifter, etc. The buyer drove it and was more than pleased. Car had about 41k on it and shipped to California. Less than a 100 miles later, the shifter issue emerges and the diff goes. Now, I'm not quite sure if the guy I sold it to knew about this and simply fixed the gearbox and sell it back. Maybe he did, maybe he didn't. But he had to have known that I had no idea it was coming, nor did the car exhibit any symptoms. I told him more than once that I was only selling to raise business capital and that I would gladly buy it back in the future, which I did that next summer. The diff went within 500 miles and I had it fixed at the end of the summer/fall. I 100 percent believe Shamille that he did not know his diff was going bad, and I think everybody should be giving him the benefit of the doubt. He never did anything sneaky or underhanded all of these years he has been active on this forum. He has no track record of that. Pretty sad that people are throwing him under the bus for this. Good luck trying to predict wether or not your diff will go. It seems to be impossible.