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Bearing or diff stranger sound

I have Toyota Prado TX year 1997 chassis KZJ95-0067487 it makes noise in the rear wheel bearing. I replaced the bearing by new one but two days after replacement the noise continues how to solve that problem. I do have to change the diff? or inner parts of the diff? Is there something to be done?

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Change the diff to be on the safe side

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