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When was the last time you checked, the rear end to see if you either need to fill or change the gear oil in the rear end of your truck, it needs to bee checked every six months.

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The problem sounds and looks like its in my rear end when i turn left or right my rear end acks like its locked in and my rear tire sqeel but when im driving foward or back it dont act up. it only does...

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I would double check all u joints for rust, play, and proper lubrication. If it is squeeking, than it is likely it is u-joints. Let me know if you need anything else.

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