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One sided burn out

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    Angry One sided burn out

    My 95 camaro pulls from one side (passenger side) MUCH more than the other (Driver side) every time! no matter on what type of pavement or what kind of weather. It only burns out with that same side and not even a chirp is heard from the driver side. What do you guys think the problem is? Do I need a new rear end? I know that vehicles tend to pull with one side and the other side slips less for steering reasons but EVERY time that i take off or floor it the passenger side will burn out and the other does nothing. I actually went to the point of putting the side that burns out on pavement and the side that doesnt on gravel but the same thing happened! The passenger side burnt out more than the side that had gravel. I cant even race like this because my car always ends up drifting to the left because the right side pulls so much more. What do you guys think I should do?

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    If it doesnt have a limited slip diff,then it wont spin both wheels at the same time. Check your RPO codes. Not all 6 cyl Camaros came with a Posi rear end. If it has rear disk brakes, it probably does. My 96 RS had a 3.42 Posi and disk brakes in the rear as part of an option package. Y87 I think.
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    Sounds like a worn out posi.
    Check the classifieds...I've got a used posi for sale.

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    Try changin fluid. Get ANY 80/90 dino gear oil and one bottle limited slip additive (GM). If that dont help, try new posi like ^ said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA
    Try changin fluid. Get ANY 80/90 dino gear oil and one bottle limited slip additive (GM). If that dont help, try new posi like ^ said.
    I'm pretty sure fluid wouldn't make it completely not engage. It may make it slow or choppy to engage, but it wouldn't totally lock it into open diff mode

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    When I had syn. fluid in my stock 10 bolt it was doin pegleg burnouts.

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    Here's the fix. Sent to me last week by Strange.

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    Can I try anything less drastic?

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