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I have a 1998 Chevy Silverado k1500 and when i accelerate there is a mettalic clicking and popping coming from the rear end. any ideas?

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  • Talon McAnally Nov 02, 2012

    So now when i put it in gear there is a loud pop and if i drive from town to my house then feel of my rear differential it is hot to the touch

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