Question about Chevrolet S 10
You may be listening to a slightly noisy differential or the Tyre's....If they are off roader's they sometimes buzz....To check the diff keep it in gear and give normal gas when descending a hill and then, with the vehicle in gear lift your foot from the gas pedal....If the noise increases to any notable degree, its the diff....You can carry out the same test by disconnecting each of the shafts in turn and repeat the test....When testing the front diff, don't forget to engage the 4X4 drive or you wont go anywhere....You've said the sound is not high in volume, I'd think you can leave it...As an after thought have you checked the oil in the transfer case? Its not the same as the gear box and has a separate filler?.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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