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Rob, assuming this is a 4X4? Sounds like a bearing. They can vibrate, snap, clunk, all kinds of terrible noises or vibrations.
Axle u joints will also do this. Is it all wheel drive?

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99 ford explorer - humming from rear?


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They sound off under pressure...

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Put it off and ENTIRE DRIVE ELEMENTS may shatter
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My 2005 Ford Explorer 4x4 vibrates/shakes


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I hear loud noise when I turn on air conditioner in my 2001 Chevy Suburban, it only makes noise when I accellerate or push gas in park. No noise when I am idled. But air blows cold still.


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