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I have an 05 Tahoe LT (loaded) 4WD,which has developed a driveline noise,a hum,or whine (low pitch) mostly audible at speeds between 35,and 50 MPH,in coast,or very light acceleration.The vehicle has the Stabilitrak AWD system,that only lets you shift into 4 LO (not sure I like this) Dealer is willing to try and find the cause,(thinks there is a bulletin out there),but I am hesitant to have the vehicle torn into without a for sure diagnosis,and fix, 24,000 mi on vehicle,plus,factory warranty (48 mo GM extended warranty)noise has not gotten any worse with time or more mileage. Anyone have,or had this same condition?,or have an idea as to what it might be? I would really appreciate any input.
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Hey Gary,got my tahoe back today,replaced side bearings and case half on front diff,much less noise,but I can still hear the noise,not completely gone,also slight steday hum at 60. Dealer says I am also hearing some rear diff noise,which they say is normal due to the way the gears are made,not sure I buy this.
Did your noise completely disappear after your bearings were replaced,also does this all wheel drive diff tale synthetic fluid?
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Did the test drive thing the first time,they just went by the bulletin (that was supposed to fix it) Took back,asked for service manager (former tech),we rode, he knew exactially the prob. Installed new ring & pinion,plus bearings,in front diff, also proper type of lube for this diff (AWD) and my hoe is as quiet as a mouse again.
Thanks for all your posts,persistence DOES !!!!! pay off
 
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