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Noise in the rear diferencial

When I'm driving my 2003 jaguar x type, I hear a humming noise in the rear diferencial, and sometimes that noise moves to the front. Some body told me that it could be an imbalance drive shaft. Do you have any ideas??

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  • mikesjag1234 Dec 13, 2008

    do u hear it in the winter time only? I have a humming noise as well. jaguar cars are weird. I heard from several people its the transmission cables. get them checked out.

  • petermerc711 Jan 18, 2009

    Hi ,I have the same humming noise in my transmission,or at least I think its the transmission,its an 02 ,3.0 xtype with 93000miles,

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