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I was backing out of my parking stall yesterday and heard a clunk. With all the wierd noises a Z makes, I didn't give it a second thought. I pulled up the hill leaving my office parking lot and made a sharp right onto the street. Low and behold, my car pulled a peg leg. I was spinning just my right rear tire. It has been very cold here and I was thinking the fluid in the rear end was just cold and the clutches were just acting up due to that. Well, today I pulled out onto the street and it peg legged again. Now when I had to test it out and from a straight punch, it is just fine. When I went around a few more corners, I goosed it in the same direction as coming out of the parking lot and the back end would kick out.

What do you guys think? Anything to worry about? :-?

Thanks for your responses in advance.
 

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No! I was concerned that changing fluids may have caused the problem. I have not changed fluid. I have ~4100 miles and no rear end noises.
 
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