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The truck drives fine. It accelerates fine and everything, except there has been a humming noise coming from the rear when I accelerate recently. It gets louder the faster I go. The dealer seemed to not know what it was a first and gave me different possible issues. Now they’re telling me I need a rear differential replacement. I do have larger wheels and tires (35s) on a 6 in lift. Have any of you experienced something similar?
Hi all, 2002 silverado 1500, 2wd auto trans, 4.8L with about 150k on it The truck isn't mine, its a friend of mine but he wanted me to put pads & rotors all the way around. He complained that they squealed alot and didn't have good stopping power. So I bought 4 Wagner rotors and two sets of thermoquiet ceramic pads and did the brake job. When I drove it afterward it stops well, but there was some scraping and clunking noises. Figured out the scraping noise was just the backing plates being a little bent/rusted and rubbing the new rotors so that was an easy fix. Now this clunking or thumping noise... apparently it wasn't there before doing the brake job. It ONLY happens when you are coming to a stop, not when taking off from a stop, not while driving, etc. The last 20 feet or so of a stop it makes this rhythmic clunking or thumping noise. I'm pretty sure brakes don't making those kinds of noises. What I know: 4 new pads and rotors installed he wanted me to swap the front tires for the back so I did that too he dropped it off to me on his company's tow truck, and when he rolled it off the bed the back wheel climbed the curb I suspected a U-joint but that would make noise when pulling away too. Any ideas??
ANY BODY HAVING ISSUES WITH 2016 SUBURBAN WITH A REAR END NOISE?? sound like my old truck when you let off of the accelerator there is a pronounced noise coming from rear end at or near highway speeds. never had this issue with a 2010 suburban.