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My 2004 jeep grand cheroke makes a humming noise from 25mph all the way to 65mph weather I am on the gas or not, but stops when I start to slow down, any help would be great

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Ummm.Not much to go on but get the universal joints checked and also the driveshaft centre bearing.This is the one that supports the 2 piece driveshaft and is bolted up onto the chassis.Hope this helps

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