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Noise from back when in 4 wheel drive

Automatic . when going at 45 mph with the 4 wheel drive on. I will hear a noise that tends to dissapear as I go faster . If I go below 45mph no noise . If I desangage the 4 wheel drive while the noise is on.It will go away.

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Not supposed to drive fast in 4x4 I think only recommended around 20 mph in high 4x4

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