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My jeep makes noise when accelerating

I have had this vehicle for 2 months and live in the country. this winter has been awful and I had it in 4x4 a lot. now I am in 2wd most of the time. it is making rumbling noise, like a loud muffler when I accelerate and go up hills at 90km/hr and in the 2000-2500 rpm range. it sounds like a truck, this didn't happen before. the abs, eps/bas and traction control lights come on and off, mostly on now and they come on together. my hubby doesn't notice a problem, but it is different when accelerating which it wasn't before the lights started coming on which has been a couple weeks. I took it to the garage at the dealership and they said the lights were a sensor and did nothing at the time. now they did a diagnostic and ordered a cv joint..??... will this fix the issue

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Possibility of CV joint but then you should get the same sound at low speeds also.

if you getting this sound only at 2000-2500 rpm may be over advance ignition timing

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When you go back in for this have them check the wiring for the speed sensor at the rear axle this i see has a history of repair probloms and will cause problems with the abs and other problems

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Was the battery replaced and this occured afterward?

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