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I own a 2004 exceed 3.2 diesel.
The problem is a bad grinding noise coming from the rear end,i first thought it was the brakes but have had them checked and its not that,the noise only occurs first drive of the day and only when accelerating. Just today I went to my local mechanic and he put my car on the hoist with the wheels free I started the car put it in drive and no noise while idoling but as soon as I just touch the accelerator the noise starts and the mechanic said he could see the rear wheels were a bit jerky but was unsure as to what the problem could be.
Any idea or help would be great.

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Hi

I own a 2004 exceed 3.2 diesel.
The problem is a bad grinding noise coming from the rear end,i first thought it was the brakes but have had them checked and its not that,the noise only occurs first drive of the day and only when accelerating. Just today I went to my local mechanic and he put my car on the hoist with the wheels free I started the car put it in drive and no noise while idoling but as soon as I just touch the accelerator the noise starts and the mechanic said he could see the rear wheels were a bit jerky but was unsure as to what the problem could be.
Any idea or help would be great.

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hmm prob with the rear diff, esp under load? seems like crown gear is stuffed..

i take it the shaft has no rub marks?
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Rear cv or wheel bearing?
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I'd go for wheel bearing.
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hmm prob with the rear diff, esp under load? seems like crown gear is stuffed..

i take it the shaft has no rub marks?

not sure what you mean shaft has no rub marks
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Rear cv or wheel bearing?
When the car was on the hoist the mechanic check for movement of both rear wheels to which there was none and he also said that all the bushes look fine.
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not sure what you mean shaft has no rub marks
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well if its touching something it will have rub marks as the shaft spins it will be marked.
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When the car was on the hoist the mechanic check for movement of both rear wheels to which there was none and he also said that all the bushes look fine.
The unit bearings are unlike conventional wheel bearings in that you may not notice any play or movement of the wheels but it could still be stuffed or on the way out. Do you get any vibration along with the noise?
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are we talking about the tale shaft
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