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My son has a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee limited and it makes a grinding sound when going over 55 miles an hour We already had the hub and axle replaced. Now the mechanic says it maybe the differential

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I have the same problem right now and I have been told its the ball bearing in the differential. I was quoted 900 for the repair.

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