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98 jeep tj has drive train noise between 80-100km

As your driving at 80km-100km there's ahuming or growling noise sounds like pion bearing but i've been told its not pion bearing also u joints appear to be ok

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Jack the car up and take a bar lift up on tire and ck for play in wheel bearings . jeeps are bad about wheel bearings and ring & pinion noise.

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