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Whenever i shift into drive or reverse there is a noise between the drive shaft and the diff.it also seems like the bearing is gone.

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It's not a bearing, the central support for the shaft made out of rubber is worn out or has failed completely. Replace it.

Posted on Oct 05, 2010

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