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Old 05-24-2012, 10:10 AM
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does the noise quit when you let off the gas pedal? and start again as you press it. that would be rear end bearings.
yes it is more noticeable when I put on the gas pedal. I was thinking maybe a bearing. how hard are they to change?
-nevermind, found a detailed post on another forum. I see you gotta pull the axles. might let someone else do that.

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