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Intermittant grinding noise in front of vehicle

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I had this SAME EXACT problem. I took it to the transmission shop and had them fix it. Is your Yukon a 4x4? If so, I am almost postive that its the same problem. Where the driveshaft goes into the crankcase theres a fitting of some type that breaks and or grinds. Long story short I paid $500 dollars to have it fixed only for it to start 'grinding' again a few months later. I just leave it be....it has done it intermittently for a couple of years and hasn't effected my truck or my four wheel drive. You can go the same route as me and pay for it to be fixed...

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Sounds like a bearing is going bad. sometimes the bearing will have manufacture defects causing the metal balls in the bearing to grind and break down.

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It sounds like to me front wheel bearing hub assembly.

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