Question about 1994 Chevrolet Astro
1994 Chevy Astro has two distinct noises. AT 40 mph sounds like the carrier bearing is making a loud humming sound. At Upper 40's this sound lessens then over 50 mph there is a sound coming from both rear wheels, but is louder on the passenger side. Could it be the rear bearings? What can be done?
Hey First thing I always look for is cheapest thing to repair or look at .. Make sure your tires are not cupping .. or make sure they are wearing good and smoothe all the way around .. this can make a terrible noise if they are cupped or worn improperly.. then I would Jack up one side and shake the rear wheels make sure those bearings are tight feeling .. you should be able to tell if they are loose this way ... I dont know how many miles are on your van but usually the drive line is not the problem.. this is probably last thing you need need to shake and see if there is play in it.. Holler if you need more and thanks Jerry
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
Check differential fluid level..
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