Question about 1995 GMC Yukon
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...
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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