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Hi I have a strange sound that I think is coming from the haldex in a vw caddy 4motion it's only there when I'm in 5th and 6th gear it sounds like a brake pad that would be stuck

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I would need to hear this noise to have any chance of knowing what is causing it. Can you drop over to my house in Calif. USA?

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