Nope, because the rear c.v's wont have anything to bolt on to.
The only way you could do it (possibly) is to remove the gears from the differential and leave the housing in place to keep the rear axles stable. The differential would still need to be oil filled, and if the gears turn out to be what holds the output axles in place, you're out of luck and this won't work either.
Only if the diff is locked
Yes, the front diff is vacuum activated, but you can look online for a cable retrofit kit to engage the front diff without vacuum pressure.
The drive axels can be removed & replaced individually. If you've actually broken the front differential housing you will need to get the gear ratio and find out what kind of diff you have in the truck and make a trip to the wrecking yard and get a used one and replace the diff. as a complete unit.
yes it is. to check look for the big diff in the rear axle. big diff? a large round metal casing.
yes, the 626 and mx6 are interchangable maybe diff wiring but the same
If diff lock light is stuck on DO NOT DRIVE IT ON THE ROAD it will break. Ensure shifter is in diff lock off position and slowly drive forward and back in a straight line.
your front diff is just about stuffed
No, because AWD cars have a center differential or viscous clutch. Meaning that the front and rear driveshafts are not solidly connected to each other and if one is disconnected it will just spin freely and the car won't move forward well if at all. PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE SUBARU WILL DRIVE FROM ETHER END IF DRIVE SHAFTS ARE REMOVED FROM ONE DIFF BACK OR FRONT. The Subaru does not use a centre diff so drives direct to the front but will transfer drive to the rear if the front "slips" so if you remove a shaft from the front it = "slip" so will drive to the back.Removing a shaft from the rear will not interfere with drive to the front. So be aware unless there is a shaft off both diffs &, in the case of models with limited slip rear diff, both shafts or the center shaft, it will still run over you or your mate if you put it in gear. Life is full of surprises so lets try to keep them pleasant ones.
2 wheel or 4 wheel drive . front or rear ?
Technically-Yes. BUT, there are a couple of things that must be done. 1. You will need to have the outer CV joint/Spline still mounted through the front hubs and tightened. This will require you to disassemble each halfshaft and and use the outer ends or else you will destroy the hubs. OR you can buy 2 halfshafts from a salvage yard and use the ends. That way you can reinstall your originals when you get the front diff replaced. 2. Front driveshaft must be removed. 3. I believe you must have a selectable 4WD and keep it in 2WD at all times. I believe it may still work if it is an AWD, MAYBE- but it will drive your ECM nuts. 4. It is to your advantage to simply replace the defective front Diff with a New, Rebuilt or good used unit.
The third differential is more commonly known as the centre diff as its located on the transfer box. Older series land rovers were rear wheel drive until you engaged four wheel drive whereas the newer models that had a centre diff allowed 100% of the drive to go to either the front or rear axle depending on which one had the path of least resistance, when you engage 4 wheel drive you are locking the centre diff so it then transmits 50% of the drive to the front axle and 50% to the rear.
i'm getting this checked out today with my mechanic also.