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Why might a 1996 Chevy Blazer make a grinding sound when driving?

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2004-10-19 13:57:48
2004-10-19 13:57:48

As soon as you put a load on the bearing the noise will go away, so I would sugest that you change the bearing A.S.A.P so you don't do any more damage as soon as you put a load on the bearing the noise will go away, so I would sugest that you change the bearing A.S.A.P so you don't do any more damage

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