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Rear end noise on a 2003 dodge ram 2500 RWD truck makes noise while driving but not while stopped with rear end jacked up and wheels spun by hand


Most likely a bearing in rear end. Pinion or wheel bearings. Have a good independent shop install noise sensors located at each bearing location to verify which one it is. Oh yes I'm assuming you have done the obvious check it for proper level of lubrication in the rear end.

Mar 16, 2014 | 1999 Chevrolet Blazer

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I have 2002 honda civic with noise coming from rear sounds like a noisey wheel bearing have jacked up both sides and spun wheels with no sign of noise .


Check Tires for feather edge. Join your fingers together, move around the rear Tire from front to back and vice versa on both of the rear Tires and feel the smoothness. If the tread of the Tire resist the fingers in one direction and smooth on the other, then the Tires may be producing the abnormal noise.
Temporarily bring both the front Tires to the rear and rear Tires to the front on the same side, drive the car and watch the noise. If the noise begins to come from the front end, then the Tires are defective and need replacement. . If the noise still comes from the rear wheels then the rear wheel bearings need replacement.(You can also rotate the Tires in criss cross manner temporarily)
The bearings often vary noise with and without load. Be sure to troubleshoot the noise before spending money on costlier spares.

Feb 23, 2013 | 2002 Honda Civic

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Scion xb rear wheel bearing noise


my scion xb is at the dealership right now because i heard the same noise coming from the rear tires, i was told today that both my rear wheel bearings were bad and have to replace them, $300 plus each for the part alone, $500 for with labor.

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I have a 2002 Ford F 150 Supercrew. There is a whining noise in the rear axle. What causes this noise?


Fisrt thing to check is the differential fluid, make sure it is full up to the plug. If this is dry you could have ruined a bearing in the rear end. Next check all the rear axle bearings. Most likely it is the differential and the gears are dry and when they dry out they scorch and cause a noise like this.
If no issue found in the rear end it may possibly a bearing in the tranny. These noises travel through the steel and sometimes get confusing as to where they originate from.

May 26, 2011 | 2004 Ford F150

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Rear end makes rowing sound above 30 miles per hour also tjere is a leak of rear end grease on the left rear wheel.


THE LEAK is an axle seal leaking the noise is bearings in rear end could be axle bearing of carrier/pinion bearings while driving shift weight of truck side to side see if noise changes if so it is axle bearing if not then most likely differential bearings

May 11, 2011 | 1995 Chevrolet Blazer

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Rear end on f-350 makes roaring noise. I checked oil level and it was ok. The oil seems to be very thin. Could wrong oil cause rear end noise?


Differential roaring noise is usually caused by a bearing that is worn or has pitting in the bearing race (half of bearing without rollers). A whining noise would be caused by worn ring and pinion gears. the roaring could be from the carrier bearings (two bearings holding the differential case to the axle housing) or fron the pinion bearings. The fluid is typically heavier but will seem thin when hot. The fluid isn't the causing of the noise but if the wrong fluid is in the differntial it could have caused the bearing to go bad which then causes the noise. good luck.

Apr 05, 2011 | Ford F-350 Cars & Trucks

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Noise from rear diff when taking off only after high speed.


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?

Apr 19, 2009 | 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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