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Noise in rear end 2001 gmc yukon xl

While driving truck a clicking noise in in the rear end can be heard at about 45mph

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    clicking noise in rear of vehicle near wheel

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Broken ring gear, defective U-joint, i would go with having the U-joints checked.

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if it makes the noise more at speeds around 100kmph than you most likey need a wheel bearing but if its noticable aspeeds under 20 kmph than its probable a u-joint

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