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Rebuilding diff in iMax?

Asked by Ralf Boetker

When a grinding noise recently developed in the rear of my 2011 Hyundai iMax diesel automatic, which has only done 73,000 km in private use the dealer diagnosed it as having a diff problem. It's going to be rebuilt, but will it be a long lasting solution?

Answered by CarsGuide

10 Apr 2015 Graham Smith

Assuming it's done by a diff specialist there's no reason to think it won't be long lasting. If you're not sure ask your dealer to explain to you why it needs to be rebuilt as such low kilometres of what appears to be light duty use.

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