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I have a clicking noise coming from the rear end between 5 and 15 mph

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Check the brakes for:
-worn parts
-debris stuck or wedge in brake assembly.
check wheels and tires for wear and debris.
Clicking is due to rotation of axle and wheel/tires.

Posted on Mar 28, 2015

Testimonial: "just changed the pads 2 weeks ago I was told the fluid in the rear diff might need to be changed would that cause the clicking noise I only hear it when going real slow 5-10mph"

  • Charles Tucker Mar 28, 2015

    if there is a click coming from diff -- you have more problems that just fluid change. It could be a ball ball in the axle bearing. This would be a reuslt of low fluid and or grime getting into that area. Check parking brake cables.

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