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1994 chevrolet astro van makes noise in the rear end

When ridin down the road it makes noise in the rear when i go over 50mph i didnt see a spot for fluid do the whole rear end need to be replaced

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If the rear end is whinning it is probably safe to say that it is already damaged and will need to be replaced to correct the problem but there is a fill on the passenger side near the yoke side. It fills level with the plug hole.

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