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Old 03-15-2014, 12:15 AM   #16
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Window wash,

What do mean by that??
Looked at the cv joints, them seem to be fine.

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Old 03-15-2014, 12:39 PM   #17
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The CV Joints (half shafts) are part of the driveline.

If you have the car on a lift, crank the wheel hard to either side and rotate the wheels. If the clicking comes out of the joints, they are shot.

Is the clicking rhythmic? If not and it is just intermittent when you accelerate from a stop, check the ball joints and other suspension components.
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I will try that.
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Old 03-26-2014, 07:06 PM   #19
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Hi there,
Checked out the car and it's not the cv joints and the suspension.
The noise is coming from the drive shaft just beyond the transmission.
Is there possibly a bearing of some some that is damaged and creating this noise??
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Didn't you say the car was front wheel drive or is it all wheel drive?
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Didn't you say the car was front wheel drive or is it all wheel drive?
The car is all wheel drive.
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There are serviceable bearing in the U-Joint.
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So there are serviceable bearings in the u joint part of the drive shaft??

Just want to make sure I understand.
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Thanks for the video, but this is my issue.


http://youtu.be/Ux9T28mWRAE

What's your recommendation on how to fix this??
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Ouch.

New transfer case/transmission output.
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Expensive??
Easy to fix??
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I don't know that system very well but there may be some sort of bearing in that tail shaft but with that much play, something has been ate up.

Expensive...yes. I would start looking to source the parts locally.

If you get the parts, the replacement of them should be straightforward enough.
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Thanks for the info. WW

There isn't that much play on my car but noise coming from that general area.
Does that mean the same problem just not as bad yet??
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Possibly.

I thought that was your video.

Either way, you need to get it fixed or replaced soon. I don't know that output situation and if it is even serviceable but most people just replace with a new unit altogether.

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