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I have a 2003 2500hd Crew Cab and it is making a grinding noise when I back up I was told it was the carrier bearing but I just replaced it three months ago and I checked it and it seems fine what else could it be

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It may not be the bearing itself but the carrier when you back up the axle pushes it forward changing the angle. You may have worn bushings in your rear suspension allowing more travel than is designed.

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