whirring noise when on the gas
i dont know whats going on but everytime im on the gas theres a wierd whirring noise that gets louder the faster i go, but it only makes noise when im on the gas. i dont know what it could be, but it started around the same time that i noticed the passenger rear shaft seal was leaking. i replaced that (headache in itself, it was my first time messing with anything inside the rear diff, so lets just say it took a lot longer than it should have. i had to pull the entire assembly twice.) finally got everything back together and working fine. but still makes noise. not sure what it is.
it sounds like its either right under me or just behind me. also, checked and changed wheel bearing and seals in rear (had a wet right side, figured i knock out both while i was in there.) i know diff fluid is where it needs to be. as of right now i have the drive shaft off the back, trying to get the u joints out to change them. still dont know where to take them to get the old ones pressed out. i have a puller and tried using that with absolutley no luck
For my jeep I had a knocking ,grinding sound from my tcase. It was the chain slapping the side of the case because the chain was warn out. You could try to run the jeep without the rear shaft just to see if its something in the rear axle. I would only do that as a final straw to this problem.
Got the u joints changed, no fix. Can't say I'm not surprised. Let me explain the noise a lil different bc I don't think everyone is gettin the full idea. It's kinda like the sound that a train makes on the tracks or how a roller coaster sounds on the first hill, minus the screams or train engine. I've been hoping its not the t-case, but running out of hope. Something that is put under load is rubbing and I'm fresh out of any more thoughts.
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