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I have a whining noise coming from under the truck i change the carrier bearing but that not it

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    james Ivan May 11, 2010

    Are you still running winter tires on clear pavement? That might be the Whining noise you hear. I assume that the only time you hear the whining noise is when the vehicle is moving, or you would not have changed the carrier bearing. Does the whining change in pitch at different RPMs of the motor and /or different speeds of the vehicle? Does it maintain the same sound at all speeds when the rpm is roughly the same in different gears, as it goes through the gears to reach hiway speeds?

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    does this happen when you brake?

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This Soubds Like An Ideler PULLEY, To Check REMOVE DRIVE BELT/S and SPIN ALL Pulleys to Locate the One that Has ANY ABNORMAL SOUND as they SHOULD NOT Make ANY NOISE AT ALL, The one that Does Requires Replacment.

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SOURCE: whing noise from the rear at about 55-65 mph,

I could be. It is not the ring & pinion for that noise stays around all the time

Posted on Jan 23, 2010

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