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2000 GMC Jimmy. Mild growling sound and vibration through floor boards at centre of the unit.

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This is just a guess. check the carrier bearing by jacking up rear at the rear-end and have an assistant get in start and shift into gear have foot at ready while you peak under you should get a sense of direction of where the noise is coming from.
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