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Hello

So I will add video to better understand, but shortly - car revs normaly when in P and N, but wont rev past 1K RPM when in gear. Also the tranny makes hidious noise when switched back in park.

Fault.

All this started when my rear axle broke under hard accerlation.

Gearbox kaput?

While being under car and engaging in D or R driveshaft spins, so it's not full dead.
 

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1998 E320 base sedan @ 160kmiles
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Any codes ? Indications like the ABS etc. after the engine is turned on and idling ?

Can you increase the rpms when in P or N?

Have you replaced the axle ?
 

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Any codes ? Indications like the ABS etc. after the engine is turned on and idling ?

Can you increase the rpms when in P or N?

Have you replaced the axle ?
Dont know about codes. No abs warning.

RPM can be increased to the redline when in N or P

Axle replacement - no. Hard to get one, there are so many types. Working on finding the right one.
 

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Dont know about codes. No abs warning.

RPM can be increased to the redline when in N or P

Axle replacement - no. Hard to get one, there are so many types. Working on finding the right one.
No wonder you have terrible sound when putting it in Park. Drive train is still spinning. It is like putting it In Park when vehicle is in motion.
Post your VIN. I will lookup axle for you.
 

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No wonder you have terrible sound when putting it in Park. Drive train is still spinning. It is like putting it In Park when vehicle is in motion.
Post your VIN. I will lookup axle for you.
YES! After long thinking I concluded the same. So I only need to replace and I can hit the road!

WDB2102161B069389
 

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Part number for axle is 210 350 10 56.

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Reverse lookup shows other models that part fits.
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