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I just bought a 1991 z28 camaro with 71,000 miles on it I have a growling noise in the back end of the car and i have replaced the brake pads and bearings on both side of the car and the noise is still there trying to find where it is coming from any suggestions

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Sounds like the differential bearings are on the way out. Big perfromance cars like this are always driven hard and its hard on the diff. Put the car up on solid stands, chock the front wheels and put in drive and see if you can here the noise from the diff.

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