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Old 03-24-2002, 01:19   #1 (permalink)
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Question Squeek from DIFF?

Just got back To the Gold Coast from a lil trip to a mates place in Toowoomba.
While i was up ther My Falcon started to make this Terrible Squeeking sound from the Rear when i went over bumps and dips in the shit roads....it sorta sounded like the Tyres were rubbing on the Guards...but they wernt and the noise started to happen more frequently and sometimes even on flat roads and worse When taking off and up hills.
when i finally got home 2.5 hour drive i took it to my dads but it wasn't happening as bad when he was in the car but he thinks it was coming from the diff....can a noise like this come from a diff?

Any sugestions would help as i don't know where to take it.

The Car is a 92 Eb Falcon S S-wagon 6cyl Auto...oh and it's got lowering blocks...

Thanks in advance for any suggestoins
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Old 03-24-2002, 01:39   #2 (permalink)
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Not likely to be the diff - spring rubbers are a possibility though
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Old 03-24-2002, 01:47   #3 (permalink)
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it started happening on flat ground continous sound.and mainly under load like up hills and taking off with lotsa people in the car. Then it would suddenly stop and would be quiet for a while
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HI ITS PROBERLY THE HANDBRAKE IS STICKING ON OR POSS THERE IS A WARPED DISCS THERE CAUSING THE SQUEAKING SOUND THE DIFF WONT SQUEAK THATS A FACT JUST MAKE SURE THE HANDBRAKE IS RELEASING CORRECTLY
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Old 03-24-2002, 05:48   #5 (permalink)
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Not a small stone or something cought in discs/brakes?
"U" bolts done up tight with those lowered blokes?
I guess your pads are in good nick??
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