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Old 08-21-2013, 10:35 AM
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yes i got ba used 1999 jeep cheeroke and and it makes a winding noise or like a wawawa as i increase speed the tires are a little oversised but my mom says it was not making that noise before..?can anyone help?
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Old 08-21-2013, 11:16 AM
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Is it coming from the front side or the rear side? Check the differential fluid levels and take a sample of the fluid and check if there is any metal chavings in it.
If the diff fluids where not chanhed lately, its maybe a good time to do so.
Also possible that a wheel bearing is getting bad or a drive shaft coupling.
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ok thanks i will check the things you said really appreciate the help. i could not find the vent that the other guy was talking about.
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Which vent? Didn't see any other replies yet.
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someone earlier told me to check the clutch selinoid vent to see if it was plugged. so i took it to less schab and they rotated my tires for free and said my shocks are leaking and i need brakes and my tires are a little oversised with aggressive tread and the tires are have uneven wear and cupped in places . so he said all this most likely is the problem.the transmission does not slip when driving and i can maintain a steady speed without any down shifting or anything else.so now i have to save some money for parts and start working on my jeep myself .
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someone earlier told me to check the clutch selinoid vent to see if it was plugged. so i took it to less schab and they rotated my tires for free and said my shocks are leaking and i need brakes and my tires are a little oversised with aggressive tread and the tires are have uneven wear and cupped in places . so he said all this most likely is the problem.the transmission does not slip when driving and i can maintain a steady speed without any down shifting or anything else.so now i have to save some money for parts and start working on my jeep myself .
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