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Vibration when I'm in third and fourth gear also whining noise coming from the rear end when I let off the gas

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You don't mention anything about make and model... but I would check the rear end grease level first. If that is empty, you may have scored some gears or burned some bearings. I hope this helps you, and that you have not damaged anything. This is why we service cars regularly, so that we discover problems before they cause difficulty. Good luck.

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    Kale Cavender Mar 28, 2014

    Sorry its a 95 4runner

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check your rear end and make sure it has plenty of gear oil..if full then there is friction in it somewhere and it is probly getting ready to go out.

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SOURCE: whine from rear end

Sounds like a pinion bearing or rear axle shaft bearing.

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