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My chevy z71 1994 model has been making a grinding

My chevy z71 1994 model has been making a grinding noise towards the rear when i take off from a complete stop. If i let of the gas, it will stop. If i ease into acceleration, it doesn't make the grinding noise. Now the whole rear ends jerks side to side when driving forward or in reverse. What could be the problem? Someone told me the transmission. Could my rear end be out?

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Yes, differential.

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SOURCE: 1990 Chevy CK1500 2 wheel drive pickup - Rear end

Is the rearend blown into peices? if yes replace the whole thing. If not put it in reverse and have someone look to see if the rear driveshaft is spinning. If it is you more than likely need a ring and pinion set in the rearend. If it doesn't spin the problem is in your transmission not the rearend.

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

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