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Unread 07-04-2012, 08:30 PM   #1
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2004 Grand Cherokee odd from diff noise

so I have a 2004 grand Cherokee. has about 100k on it. I have a weird rubbing/grinding noise coming from the front axle. Its cyclical and occurs about roughly every 10 ft or so. is most prominent between 20-35mph and when in float (foot of gas costing in gear) and goes away as speed increases or when you accelerate. Nothing feels loose. Its been doing it a while, 2years and 25 or 30k. It not horribly loud just annoying.

Jeep has quadra trac 2 no limited slips, 4.6 v8 (not ho) and standard axels.

Anyone have any ideas or do i just wait till it spits parts.

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