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Old 11-11-2012, 10:18 PM   #1
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So here's the bak story I got. Had the car since October 2011 got in a wreck not not after where the passenger side fender hit a pole at like 40-44 mph. Had to taken to a body shop everything was fixed. After driving for a couple months I noticed a a squeeking coming from the rear and a lot of oily substance on the wheel and rear fender turns out the right axel was bent and was leaking gear fluid. Replaced it and the noise was not heard. A week later it's back. It goes away with breaking so I replaced the pad and the pads were compressed while driving for some reason, after parking it overnight and on the next day I started to drive it to the shop it they weren't compressed any more and the noise was gone. But of course it's back and no idea where to go from here. Would love some input for a newbie here haha. Sorry if the story is a little choppy I'm mobile lol.
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So here's the bak story I got. Had the car since October 2011 got in a wreck not not after where the passenger side fender hit a pole at like 40-44 mph. Had to taken to a body shop everything was fixed. After driving for a couple months I noticed a a squeeking coming from the rear and a lot of oily substance on the wheel and rear fender turns out the right axel was bent and was leaking gear fluid. Replaced it and the noise was not heard. A week later it's back. It goes away with breaking so I replaced the pad and the pads were compressed while driving for some reason, after parking it overnight and on the next day I started to drive it to the shop it they weren't compressed any more and the noise was gone. But of course it's back and no idea where to go from here. Would love some input for a newbie here haha. Sorry if the story is a little choppy I'm mobile lol.
It sounds to me like a rear end problem. Did they change the carrier bearings?
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Old 11-12-2012, 01:35 AM   #3
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Not that I know of, the ujoint was replaced. As well as the yoke due to it snapping while the replacement was taking place lol
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Old 11-12-2012, 03:32 PM   #4
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I would check the rear diff. U replaced an axle but from what i read the spider gears werent replaced and u dont know the extent of damage it did to the gears. Also....might be as silly as a dust shield on the rear brakes....
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My guess is some of the brake hardware is bent. Not allowing the caliper to slide. That would keep the pads slightly applied. Could be as simple as pulling and lining the slide pins.
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