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Makes sense to me. They ended up saying "we can't just replace parts that haven't shown signs of wear" so now it's outside of warranty just a ticking time bomb

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Old 04-18-2017, 09:12 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Makes sense to me. They ended up saying "we can't just replace parts that haven't shown signs of wear" so now it's outside of warranty just a ticking time bomb

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Wait a minute.... Maybe I was misinformed, but on my '16 Nismo, I was told that the VLSD was a sealed, non-serviceable unit that basically wears out after 40-50K miles or so and becomes useless.

Can I change fluids in it on a regular basis and preserve its life a lot longer, then, after all?
You were not misinformed. Based on what I have learned on this forum, the VLSD inside the diff is a sealed unit..but the diff itself is serviceable.
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