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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is the check engine light on?
A major cause of surging is either air leaks between the air flow meter and the engine intake manifold, or a bad or mis-adjusted throttle position sensor.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
SOURCE: axcel rear noisy
Your carrier bearings and possibly the pinion bearings are the source if the noise is a low pitched grumble or gravelly noise that starts just about 20 mph and up. If it is louder when quickly changing lanes to the left, it is probably the right wheel bearing, and if it is louder when changing lanes to the right, it is the left wheel bearing. If it is a whine that is really annoying at 45-65 mph, your ring and pinion are probably worn beyond their design specification limit. If your U-joints are OK, but you can hear a loud clunk from the rear when you get on and off the throttle, you definitely have play in your ring and pinion. Have the cover removed and you can sheck this easily. I have worked on several Jeep Grand Cherokee differentials, and the ring an pinion has needed replacing on them all. A few had bad bearings, too. You should probably replace the bearings and the ring and pinion, because the labor is nearly the same and the parts are just a bit more. If you look through the forums on the www you will find many people that replaced the bearings to fix the grumble, only to finish the job and find out they also have the whine.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
SOURCE: there is a wire that
IF IT THE ONE THAT I AM FAMILIAR WITH THEN IT IS FOR THE ABS. IT GOES BEHIND THE BRAKE ROTOR AND READS A RELUCTOR WHEEL WITH TEETH ON IT FOR THE ABS PULSE AND DETERMINES THE VEHICLE SPEED. IF YOU ARE UNSURE, THEN LOOK AT THE OTHER SIDE OF THE CAR TO LOCATE THAT ONE. I HOPE THIS HELPS. GOOD LUCK.
Posted on May 03, 2009
No noise should come from the front when you are driving on asphalt as you are in 2WD, right? If you have been using 4WD with the hubs locked on asphalt, then there's every chance that your CVs are shot. You are, of course, unlocking the hubs when you are only in 2WD aren't you? When the hubs are unlocked and the car is in 2WD, the CVs do absolutely nothing. With the hubs unlocked, and the front jacked up, spin the wheel and listen for noises, and grab the top and bottom of the wheel and wiggle it in and out and check for movement. If there's no noise and very little movement, then your bearings are unlikely to be the problem. These are taper roller bearings and can be adjusted.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
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