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Drive Train Noise

Dec 2005 Grand Vitara. When I turn a tight right I hear a low rumbling noise from the drive train. It goes away when the vehicle is tracking straight. Could this be some problem with the central diff. It also makes a whirring noise most prominent at 6o km/h and remains until I come to a complete stop. It is still under warranty and the dealer states the noise is normal. Funny it hasn’t done it in the first 50,000k’s. Thanks any ideas would be appreciated.

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  • Kelvin Oct 11, 2012

    Have you fould the root cause of the problem? I facing the same problem on my Grand Vitara too...send back the service center few times also can't solve it.

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Sounds like a wheel bearing. Get another diagnosis from a good shop or two..

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