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Noise on acceleration, '04 Chevy Tahoe
I just bought a 2004 Chevy Tahoe fixer upper. When I was test driving it towards the end of the drive I first noticed a vibration/hum/low-pitched whir that sounds like it was coming from behind me. This was around 30 mph and when I was pressing on the gas. Anyway, regardless of noise, it was a good price on the truck so I negotiated a deal after a pre-sale inspection.
Took it to a local shop I've never been to before (my old shop doesn't do domestic) and they didn't hear the noise. Made the deal anyway, but now I'm still hearing the noise. Inspection found leaky seals (pinion and rear axle) so I figured that might be the culprit. They replaced those seals and freshened up the differential fluid, but STILL didn't hear the noise. Picked it up today and after about 10 minutes of a quiet ride the noise started again. At this point I've heard it every time I've driven the truck, and this shop hasn't detected it once. Should I bother going back to them? Doesn't seem like they're doing most thorough job.
To summarize: Intermittent vibration/low pitched whirring noise. Most noticeable when I'm accelerating. Around 30 mph. Either I don't notice it, or it doesn't start until 10+ minutes into a drive.
What do you think? Here's a recording I took. It's faint but you can hear the noise a bit louder than the engine revving in the background. https://sndup.net/4xss
Edit, more info: 2004 Chevy Tahoe Z71 5.3L V8 4L60e automatic transmission 152k miles
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