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Transmission or rearend

Why does vehicle make a howling or whining noise when i give it gas,30 miles mph or more?

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Most likely it is the rear end.

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IF its whining noise then first check the transmission fluid in the rear axle if its 4X4 truck ,if its not 4X4 then check the brakes or the wheel is making contact to any metal part ....

Good luck....

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