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Transmission, transaxle, transfer case

I hear alot of whining noise when driving which seems to fade if i release the accelerator and also how much to make repairs?

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Have the rear wheel bearings checked they had a recall on them they get water inside and rust up and whine please rate and good luck -jeff

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