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Rear Drivers Side Squeak

Discussion in 'Chevy Suburban Forum (GMC Yukon XL)' started by TechAnalyst, Nov 25, 2010.

  1. TechAnalyst

    TechAnalyst New Member

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    My rear drivers side wheel makes a squeaking sound doesnt matter if its moving with acceleration or rolling down a hill

    Ideas Experiences?
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  2. stephan

    stephan New Member

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    My best guess would be a brake dragging & squeaking. It's easy at this point since you already have it localized to the L.R. Jack it up & spin it by hand & you can probably duplicate it.
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    TechAnalyst New Member

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    100% UJoints, Canadian Tire has skethcy mechanics, they said i was wasting my money etc said it was the differential, it was both ujoints that had ceased from sitting so long
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  4. stephan

    stephan New Member

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    How can squeaky U joints be causing a noise ONLY IN YOUR LEFT REAR WHEEL?? That's where you said it was coming from...
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  5. murdog94

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    Id say it was coming out of the left wheel and was heard from there easiest, ive had the same thing with my trucks when the U-joint lets loose..
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