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Its not a wheel berring i done changed that

Front end makes a winding noise the faster i go 93 jeep grand cherikee larado ok i took off both hubs driver side and passenger i tried to free spin the passenger side and it a clean spin and so i went to the driver side and tried to free spin it and it was a whinding / grinding noise and its comimg from the diffarenteial case can any one help me figure this out first time problem

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  • sldjhskldjfh Feb 17, 2009

    My Jeep Grand Cherokee 93 does the exact same thing, my winding is very loud and annoying.

  • dl-wells Feb 21, 2009

    Same problem in my 03 Grand Cherokee Overland all wheel drive with only 53,000 on it. Is it a common problem?

  • Ronnie Wilson May 11, 2010

    This Very Well Could be A Carrier Bearing in the front Diff. To ISOLATE IT EVEN More The AXEL Must come OFF then you can BE SURE its NOT that sides Wheel hub bearing.

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Its the bearing in the differential i'm affraid you can temperarily quieten the noise by spraying loads of lube into it but a new bearing (if not a seald diff) is a most definate

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