I have a 95 LX with 3.08 gears and an open diff according to the sticker on the door.
Sounds about right, when I took it to the track, brake standing for the burnout - one tire fire, unless I was in the wet box with both tires spinning.
Today I got done doing an EGR/TB clean on it, and wanted to test it out since I'm going on a big trip tomorrow with her.
I was on a back road (not many houses let alone cars), putting the car through it's paces. Half throttle launches, WOT launches, RPM changes etc.
During the 2 WOT launches I spun both tires from a dead stop (yes I'm impressed, it's basically a bone stock bird
) for about 10 ft or so then I took off.
My question is if I have an open diff, why can I get both tires to spin sometimes, or does this mean that I have a problem with a Trac loc that someone might have installed before I got the car?
Thanks and sorry bout the newb question, just a bit cornfused
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