Question about 2004 GMC Envoy
2wd. when driving there is a noise that seems to come from the passenger side and gets louder the faster you drive. Checked the wheel bearing and it was fine.
How did you check it? Look at it? I think it's a sealed bearing. While driving, slowly sway the car left to right and back again. Does the noise become more prominent in either direction? When you put mor weight on a bad bearing they make more noise. Turning left puts more weight on the right side and vice versa.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: When driving my 2004 Envoy
Hi, i think the clicking noise that is coming from the front floor boards on both sides has to do with the transfer case actuator motor been faulty. The transfer case is bolted to the side of the car transmission...
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
This requires you nearly overhaul the entire differential minus the ring and pinion, all bearing must be replaced as the metal from the failed one has damaged the others three bearings and they will fail shortly. This job requires many special tools including a hydraulic press, remove the entire unit and have a shop rebuilt it to save money.
Posted on Jul 25, 2012
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