Grinding/Whining noise when decelerating from 70mph
I elected to start a new thread since I couldn't find anything from this year. I'm seeing others having similar issues so maybe opening a new dialogue helps.
To clarify I have an '04 WJ Overland with a 247 TC, and a limited working knowledge of mechanics.
Today while driving on the highway at about 70 mph I let off the throttle and notice a noise that can best be described as grinding. I believe it is coming from the front end but I am not certain. It goes away when I open the throttle back up, but if i close it again it's right back. It almost as if you can "feel" it as well as hear it, but only to the same extent you can feel vibrations when your stereo is WAO. I don't drive on the highway a lot and rarely get over 50 mph so I can't recall hearing this before.
It is getting new tires within the next week and a half (highly doubt noise is related to the worn tires) but I want to know how what else I should have checked.