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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 bravada
that noise could be a lot of things. a bad wheel bearing, a bad u-joint makes many different noises. bad bearings in the rear-end itself. the backing plates directly behind the wheels could be rotting out and crumbling. that is all wheel drive and takes a special fluid in the transfer case. if the correct fluid isn't used it will chatter bad. the special fluid is available from g.m. only and is called "autotrac-fluid".
you may need to have to have it professionally diagnosed to save from replacing a lot of parts that aren't going to fix it. Good Luck..........Scott
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
Start the engine and allow it to get to operating temperature.
Place the gear selector in Reverse, then slowly through all the forward gears, while holding the brake.
Replace the selector in Park, but leave the engine running.
Check the transmission fluid level.
If low, add fluid until level is correct, then repeat above procedure and check fluid level again to ensure that transmission is filled to proper level.
If level is correct, perform fluid/filter exchange. If problem persists, see qualified service technician for further diagnosis. Transmission damage will require overhaul to repair.
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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