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When driving there is a humming kind of sound that comes from the back, it sounds like rubbing against something.

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Your most likely suspects could be;
1)Your gear box (rear axle)
2)Rear wheal bearings
3)Universal Joints
Based on what you described I'm leaning towards u-joints

Posted on May 28, 2011

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