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Roar in rear at speeds over 40 mph

Original owner 150000 miles

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What type of vehicle. Sometimes you have to replace the hub assembly and some time just the bearing, race, and seal.

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Wheel bearings need replacing

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Ford had a problem with the ABS sensor leaking moisture into the rear end. This caused the rear end to fail. I had some noise in although the ABS light came on and thats when a took it in. Mine occurred at around 75k and was covered under extended warranty. Rear end will need to be replaced.

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I read the consumer reports found this problem with the drive shaft. My 2000 V8 has done it for 4 yesra now and no problem othen then being anoying. They fixed it in new years, but it just a hum at 40 - 50mph.

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I have the same thing. It started last summer when I had about 20,000 miles. I just took it into the dealer. They say it is the antenna and that they removed it and tested drove it and the noise went away. Mine starts around 35 mph. I don't know if they are pulling my leg and there is a bigger problem that the financially strapped GM won't fix. I also have a bad CV joint and unless it goes out within the next 500 miles, GM won't replace it.

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roar fron the rear end indicates the pinion is not meshing with the crown , most probably bad bearings, disconnect the drive shaft and rock the yoke or turn it slow you will feel the roughness, the only fix is replacement of the rear end

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