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My holden barina has a loud whining sound coming from the front end,,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2003 Rear axle whine
Hate to burst ya'll bubble but I just got my 2003 lincoln aviator back after I had a front end accident took it in to have the oil changed and check for a transmission service also wanted them to check for a front end noise. Well go figure apparently its in the front differnential in something called the "vista clutch" anway it requires a new transfer case to be purchased. Apparently it runs about $2000 with labor included. Go figure the insurance company wont pay for it after already dumping $8000 in damages already to fix and stated they would not total my truck with 83000 miles on it. Well all I can say is i was told they only go out if they are burnt out from locking the wheels up and skidding and just 1 in a 1000 goes out so I guess we are just he lucky ones. Good luck hope this helps a little also make sure ther is nothing wrong with the gears cause it could create an even bigger problem.. Peace out!
Posted on May 30, 2009
SOURCE: Loud accelerating whining
THE FAN CLUTCH WILL MAKE A LOUD ROARING NOISE WHEN THE ENGINE IS STARTED AND GET LOUDER AS THE RPM IS RAISED. THERE IS A PROGRAM UPDATE THAT SOMETIMES FIXES THIS PROBLEM. IF NOT THE FAN CLUTCH WILL HAVE TO BE REPLACED AND THE PROGRAM UPDATED.
Posted on May 31, 2009
Hello, You have a chance to save the parts if you are low on differential fluid. Usually, the noise is the Good-Bye for the broken part. But a dry part can sometimes get lubrication in a turn by the oil slinging down the axle shaft and reaching the wheel bearing or carrier bearing.
The pinion bearing can make noise under a load, then let off when you are coasting. You may also want to check the U-joints on the driveshaft as they can make noise too! There may be a rust track or grease track
on the undercarriage pan of your truck.
It will take a visual inspection or use of skilled hands to detect roughness in any of these assemblies. If differential fluid is added be sure to observe if it is a Posi-trac type locking differential which may use an additive.
A quick change oil place would be able to add most fluids to your truck. I hope my solution hel[s you.
Posted on Mar 14, 2012
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