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Problem after about 35 kilometres continuous driving, start-stop at intersections, or on freeway:

When doing tight turns like parking, or a 90º turn at an intersection, it's like the wheels all want to turn at the same rotation, causing a tyre - or tyres - to grab - the car rocks a little and feels like cogs are gripping/slipping. The longer the distance travelled the worse the problems gets. This happens with clutch engaged or disengaged. I am thinking its coming from the rear wheels but I'm entirely sure yet.

For shorter trips of less than about 20kms there is no problem. When I start the car cold it's fine but once I reach my destination it appears.
 

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Does sound like the centre diff, are the front and rear tyres the same size/wear as the mileage lag would imply its getting too hot and going into hump perhaps.

Simon
 
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