Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
Does the howling go away or change when you let your foot off the gas? Brakes would make more of a scrape or grind and usually when the brakes are applied. if this is in fact rear disc, they should have a seperate set up for just the parking brake using a drum brake brake set up that uses the inside of the rotor as a drum. Inspect your brakes and look for any abnormal wear patterns or anything dragging and out of place and let me know. It wouldn't be uncommon for the axle to be making the noise. If that does turn out to be the case, salvage yards are an option. You can also locate a trusted and reputable transmission shop in your area that may replace the bearing/bushing cauing the howl. If you need the manual for repair, let me know and I can email the proper sections to you.
Posted on May 21, 2011
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