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Whiring from the rear axle while driving above 25

Whiring sound from the rear axle area while driving above 25 mph
50,000 miles, AWD, 2005 Freestyle CVT, Pirelli Tires, no leaks on ground beneath trans or rear differential.

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    It blows trans fuild out after I have been driving 25 miles plus

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This is caused by worn ring and pinion gears, there is no fix except a rear end overhaul

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