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  1. just a quick update, the juddering was caused by the rear differential. Had to get it rebuilt. To confirm if its the rear differential, try disconnecting the motor which engages the rear differential. If the problem goes away, its the rear differential and if it doesn't its probably something else.
  2. hi guys, I have a 2012 Cayenne S which has done about 56k miles. When I turn the steering and press the accelerator, the rear left tyre judders. My brother observed that the wheel looks like it was 'locked'. My mechanic disconnected the transfer case motor, and after he did that, everything was back to normal (there was a 4x4 error as the transfer case motor was disconnected). According to him, since the transfer case motor is disconnected, the transfer case was not being used and he came to the conclusion that there is a problem with the transfer case. Another gearbox specialist I consulted with said that the problem is due to the transfer case motor. According to him, even though the motor is disconnected, the transfer case is still being used. He also gave me some other reasons which I forgot. I am not sure who to believe. BTW I have also done the following:- 1)Change the transfer case fluid 2)Change the rear axle fluid 3)Refurbish the rear left driveshaft The problem became worse after doing the last 2! both the transfer case & axle fluid were dirty but nothing serious.
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