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Noisy diff diff is noisy, gets louder when i turn right, when i turn left the noise goes away, diff noise is getting worse

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  • Bruce Hathcock May 11, 2010

    Jack up the two rear wheels get it one inch off the ground, use a bar to pry up on the tire on echside is there movement pull on the tire push in and out is there movement? if there is post the answer here.

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Diff bearings on way out jack both rear wheels off the ground --turn them by hand good chance you will pick up which side and how bad but it wont keep going for long the longer you leave it the more parts could get damaged

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