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Have a 2004 Avalanche 1500 that has rear end noise that get louder turning to the right and goes away turning to left. Also upon excelatation noise not so loud coasting noise get louder have checked rear brakes and rear axle bearings noise still there.

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Suspect a worn left side spider gear or it's bearing in the differential. If a limited-slip differential, the left side clutch may be grabbing somewhat. In any case, the differential will need to be removed from the case to service any worn or defective components. Rear end service is not for inexperienced mechanics. Have you checked the fluid level in the differential? Hope this helps!

Posted on Nov 05, 2010

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    Jamie May 08, 2014

    Yes I changed the fluid id the rear diff.

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