1999 jimmy sle 4x4

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Old 10-28-06, 05:38 AM
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Unhappy 1999 jimmy sle 4x4

when i drive it it makes a like a huming sound just stared
 
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need more info, one mans "hum", is another mans "grind"
 
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Definetly need more info, like where it's coming from, does it do it only when driving, etc?
 
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Old 10-30-06, 05:35 AM
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Originally Posted by HotinOKC
Definetly need more info, like where it's coming from, does it do it only when driving, etc?
cant tall where it comes from yes humes only when i drive it the faster i go the lounder it getes maybe tiers gessing
 
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does it do it all the time or only when accelerating?
 
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Old 10-31-06, 05:12 AM
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Originally Posted by Stroker
does it do it all the time or only when accelerating?
when i accelerat it getes lounder when i slow down to stop it goies a way
 
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Old 11-04-06, 05:09 AM
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when i accelerat it getes lounder when i slow down to stop it goies a way
 
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Old 11-04-06, 02:33 PM
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when i accelerat it getes lounder when i slow down to stop it goies a way
my van did that and it turned out to be wheel bearings and rear dif gears
 
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Wheel bearings

I've got the same vehicle same year and it sounds like your about due.
Be careful if it is bearings, watch the parts you buy i've replaced 3 already 2 on my drivers side alone only because the SKF ones i bought had a bad batch or the bearing was a one off defect. But the first time it only lasted 5 months, different maufacturer now seems to be fine. Hard to tell sometimes which side the noise is coming from ,a good rule of thumb is to put your feet flat against the floor while driving and you can usually feel, obviously someone will have to drive while checking the passenger side, but it works you can feel the difference depending on how advanced it is.
 
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bearing

yep it is the bearing thankes for the help
 
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