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Hey. You have been real helpful guys. It was the head gasket (my '97 cherokee sport). But now... My Mom's 2003 grand cherokee when going downhill of relatively fast with rear windows down has a deafening sound coming from somewhere. Sound familiar. seems like it's inside and not the engine at all. I'm at a loss. Please help if possible.

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It shoulnt be nothing just the noise it make i bet u roll all the windows down u wont hear it try it bet its just the way the air moves in your jeep as u are driving

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