|07-20-2011 12:21 PM|
ill have to go take a look at the status of control arms, as for replacing the pinion gear ill need a new gear and 2 sets of bearings to replace when i take it all apart. is this correct? or should i say screw it and drop the Dana 35 and go find a Dana 44 or ford 8.8?
but for DijMan,
if its not a similar problem to mine(teeth on gears broken) then check out the U-joints, do you have a lift? if so have you put in a SYE or dropped the transfer case?
|07-19-2011 07:49 PM|
|07-19-2011 06:19 PM|
|Sanzo Funke||its all good, opened up my differential, and 3 chunks of pinion teeth fell out... so looks like i found my problem.|
|07-16-2011 12:35 AM|
|tj00wrangler||Sorry. I was referring to dijman.|
|07-15-2011 12:10 PM|
|07-15-2011 01:46 AM|
|tj00wrangler||I had the same thing on my 00 tj. Come to find out that the ring gear in the rear was missing a tooth. The ring and pinion was less than 2 years old.|
|07-15-2011 12:08 AM|
i just had a similar problem with my Yj while moving weather i was going backwards, forwards, accelerating, or coasting it was making a ticking/clicking noise increasing in speed with how fast i was going.
it turned out to be the ring and pinion eating each other and by the time i opened up the differential 2 teeth on each were sheered off. endend up replacing the whole rear end.
The above hopefully might help one of you above ppl with similar issues
woe is me... i drive it about 500 miles (S. FL - NW. FL) and now ive got a new clicking noise from the rear end that only occurs when i am in gear and applying the gas(more often the faster i go)
I'm thinking maybe U-joints but I'm gana go back to my side of the forums(YJ) and ask for help but if you guys have ideas... shoot
|09-13-2010 07:47 PM|
|mavrick300||Might not be this but my tj had a loose exhaust pipe and it would rattle when I was driving might wanna check there then the rear end firs|
|09-13-2010 01:15 PM|
|mudd dobber||im having the same problem out of my 2005 wrangler. It needs new brakes, rotors & drums, but it also makes a pingging noise when i go from reverse to 1st gear. I don't know if its the brakes & or the universal. I just replaced the diff gears last aug.|
|09-09-2010 01:40 PM|
|EarthCruzn||I would check the universal joints, when they dry out or get worn they can make the sound you are discribing.|
|09-09-2010 01:28 PM|
|shaun-nicole||I have been having the same issue with my 98 Jeep Wrangler. It started a couple weeks ago and I took it straight to my wheel guy, he checked the differential and said it was nothing. I was told it might be my catalytic converter-- which was cracked--and maybe was creating a knocking sound. I replaced it and the clicking continues... Mine is in the passenger side rear wheel well, accelerates with speed and can't really be heard at speeds over 45mph. everyone I bring it to is stumped, and I'm worried I am doing damage...|
|03-22-2010 10:19 PM|
|bfoley||I have the same issue with my 97 TJ. started a few weeks ago and was intermittent at first, now happens all the time, mostly when im not accelerating and off the gas completely. The frequency of the clicking goes down as speed and rps go down. Havent checked much into it yet, but I have recent brakes all across the back, tires are balanced (yes, no rocks)...Im hoping its nothing in the rear diff, but Im running out of could-be's, Taking a look at it this weekend when I have the time|
|03-22-2010 10:13 AM|
|3025826||I had the exact same problem with my 98 Jeep. I would stop driving it right now, mine was the rear differential and I ended up having to replace the whole rear end because of damage I did while barely driving it with the clicking sound. Did you hear a sound like a metal ding when it first happened?|
|03-22-2010 09:47 AM|
|InfernoGirl||Not trying to be a smart @ss, but are you sure there isn't a rock stuck in a tire?|
|03-22-2010 09:46 AM|
|Bruck||Brake pads need to be replaced? I think they call those streaker strips?? Could be way off.|
|03-22-2010 09:40 AM|
Help. Clicking Sound from rear of '03 TJ Wrangler.
Hello. No problems before with my 2003 Wrangler, just washed it yesterday. Today it has a clicking sound coming from the rear. (It appears to be coming from either one of the rear wheels or center rear.)The frequency (rpm) of the ckicking sound increases as I go faster. Also hear the sound going in reverse. Do not hear the sound while in neuteral and reving the engine. Turning does not effect the sound at all. Any thoughts? Thanks.