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  • alaskanj 12/06/10 12:14 am PST

    Id be checkin the fluid level of the rear differential, leaking wheel seals,



    If you could narrow it down to which side it is, it is probably the wheel bearing on that side... If your differential is not low or out of fluid, and the sound changes with the SPEED of the vehicle then its a wheel bearing...These are not that uncommon to change out, price wise I couldnt tell ya, but its not a major deal to change out the wheel bearing and wheel seal...



    if those are fine Id be checking your brakes for any loose, missing or damaged parts...

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  • Stever@Edmunds 12/06/10 10:59 pm PST

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