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Old 03-31-2013, 12:39 PM   #1
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Whine noise in rear end

So for a while now I've been hearing a whining noise in my rear end.. I've read all the threads about this but they are all different than what I'm experiencing.. It only happens on acceleration.. And stops when I let off the pedal.. I thought it might be my diff fluid, but I had that replaced at a local jiffy lube.. They used the 80/90 fluid and added a friction modifier as well, and the noise still continues.. The gears are stock, so I don't know what it could be.. Any ideas?
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Push down repeatedly on the corners at the rear, see if it makes a noise.

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Have you removed your drive shaft recently? Check the bolts.
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Push down repeatedly on the corners at the rear, see if it makes a noise.

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Have you removed your drive shaft recently? Check the bolts.
No I haven't touched the car in anyway like that.. It's a 99 and I'm the second owner so it could be something that needs to get replaced but I don't know what it is, I just know its coming from the rear whenever I accelerate.. I'll check the driveshaft bolts though
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Sounds like mine did when the carrier bearing went out in the rear end. Had to put bearings in. Do it before you trash the gears
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Sounds like mine did when the carrier bearing went out in the rear end. Had to put bearings in. Do it before you trash the gears
Oh crap lol.. How much was it to get that done?
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Well it was 7 years ago so it was about 400 that includes parts
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