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Clicking noise from rear end of chevy colorado in reverse only

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

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If you put the tail gate down, there is 2 screw (phillips) that holds the tail light in place. Remove them & you can twist the bulb out. Thats it, put back together in reverse. Hope this helps.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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Stones in tire treads? Pull the rear wheels for a look-see. Inspect brakes and all hardware. Have then lubed. Make sure linings or pads are not glazed to eliminate squeaking noise.Make sure parking brake works properly and smoothly. It may beone or more of those things. Good luck there, pardner.

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If you put the tail gate down, there is 2 screw (phillips) that holds the tail light in place. Remove them & you can twist the bulb out. Thats it, put back together in reverse. Hope this helps.

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