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I have 2000 chevy tahoe 5.3 newer body style , When I accelerate and turn corners , and brake I hear this grinding/ rattling noise which seems like it's coming from the rear end or the middle of the truck , once I leave off the gas the sound goes away . What could it be ?

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Sounds like a backing plate hitting the rear rotor/drum.

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Your front pump in the transmission could be going bad. Check the transmission fluid for level and condition. The fluid should be bright red and not burnt (dark in color like burgandy). Best thing to do is take it to a transmission shop and have them check your truck for DTC codes with a Tech 2 scanner and have them do a transmission line pressure test. The whining can also indicate low on transmission fluid and that's bad, you may have burnt some of the clutch packs already and shorten the life of your transmission. Good luck and keep me posted, be glad to help.

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SOURCE: Front end rubbing or grinding noise but goes away

It could be a number of things, but a common problem with this car is rusty pins in the front end.  This is louder when turning.  There was a bulletin issued about it.

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