Question about Land Rover Cars & Trucks
My 95 land rover discovery had a driver front wheel bering making noise i took a sharp turn at low speed and made a loud grinding poping sound on that side i stoped went in store and came out the rover would take no gear looked and the front drive shaft was turning so i put it in 4x4 lock it took gear and drove home hut only rearend is working tryed going up muddy drive rear end spun but front end was not working and now if you try to put it were you jormal drive want pull are efen feel like it will go in gear with knob just loose
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: GRINDING IN FRONT END
This sounds like a major problem. I had the same issue with a different truck. I will tell you in all honesty that the front-end is blown. The noise will continue to get worse. Soon it will occur driving in a straight line. The carrier bearings are symptomatic of failure. Its safe to drive on for a while, but in the long run you can eventually snap the front end. But before you go on rebuilding or selling the vehicle drain the fluid and replace with new and see if the problem goes away after driving 8-15 times in a flat parking lot doing figure-eights.
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
sounds like you need your transfer case looked at and repaired.....that the only thing i can think of...hope it helps :)
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
check the rear differential as well as the transfer case...you may have broken something in both of them...i have seen it happen...since 4low uses a different gear it is possible for it to move in low and not 4 high
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
the trailblazers are designed to shift from 2 wheel to AWD on the fly. BUT NOT TO EITHER OF THE 4 WHEEL OPTIONS. I'd suggest you get it to a mechanic to evaluate the damages.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
SOURCE: Clicking noise from drive shaft
Take it back to the installer of the drive shaft and demonstate to them the problem.
The symptons you describe a indicate to me you have a faulty constant velocity drive joint or inadequate grease lubrication in the joint.
If the drive shaft proves to be the problem, it should be replaced with a new unit under warranty.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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