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Question Details Asked:Nov 06, 2009 - 11:01 AMStatus:Closed
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It sounds like rear axle whine. Have you checked the oil level in the rear axle? I would start there.
OIL LEVEL IN BOTH DIFF'S ARE OK.
Well, if you hear it in neutral going down the road, it certainly could be the wheel bearings although they generally "growl" more than "whine"
there are very common for rear end bearing such as pinion bearings very common for that type of noise.Does the noicse change as u speed up or slow down.Tires or OK?Brakes are OK? Let me know
THANX FOR ALL THE HELP, TURNS OUT IT WAS THE STEADY BEARING!!
The Steady Bearing?
YES THE PROPELLER SHAFT CENTER BEARING.
that would be the pinion shaft
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