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I have a 2004 trailblazer and there is a bad wa wa wa wa wa wa sound comming from the front i checkt the wheelbaring and its good but on the right side up where the half shaft meets the differentaiit is really hot and there is some greenish grease could this be the noise it is really bad at 35 mph and when im slowing down

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The green grease is out of the CVJoint on the drive axle

That is not good,nor is a lot of heat from possibly the
front differential

Check the differential for fluid and a clear vent hose

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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