Question about 1998 GMC Jimmy
We have suddenly started hearing a noise coming from the front wheel area of the car. It sounds like a loud hum that you might hear when you have snow tires on dry pavement or a rough surface. When we stop and put foot on brake, we get a clunk and then the noise usually goes away when you start to drive again. We thought it might be a wheel bearing and had it changed, but that has not solved the problem. Believe it may be CV joint. Brake calipers have been checked to make sure they weren't sticking. Anybody have an idea what this could be.
It is the u joints on the front drive shaft ,i had the same problem and like too never found it!!!
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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