Question about 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee
When cold no noise but after highway driving and pull up to a stop and go to take off again there is a chewie metal springing noise from the rear diff. no noise once moving again. let car sit for hour its gone would it be the bearing only.
Likely bad bearings. I've seen these with bad axle bearings, carrier bearings, and pinion bearings all at the same time. Perhaps since the oil thins as it heats up from driving, the noise is more pervelant?
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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