2001 FORD E150 whinnig rear end

Asked by Feb 27, 2016 at 09:12 PM about the 2000 Ford E-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

rear end make a lot of noise at 50 and above

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5,185

It sounds like your bearings, and/or ball joints, maybe damaged, and in need of repair. Is it more like a squealing sound, or a whining sound?

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new bearings was put on axles but did not help it's whining sould and gets louder the faster u go

109,805

Most likely the ring and pinion bearings are shot, if you wait too long you will be replacing the whole unit.

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5,185

See @TennisShoes answer above, I think they're correct here.

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