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Members Current visitors Supporting Member Upgrade. Chat 2. Log in. Search Everywhere Threads This forum This thread. Search titles only. Everywhere Threads This forum This thread. New posts. Search forums. Image search. JavaScript is disabled. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Front Wheel Squeak. Thread starter Keston Shook Start date Jan 26, Keston Shook Member. Ok gents i realize how broad of a problem this is but let me fill you in on what i did to start the squeak and what i have looked at already.

Went wheeling two weeks back now and when i got home the next day i noticed a slight squeak in my front right wheel when i hit 35mph. Drove it tonight and the squeak is now constant from 10mph to the fastest i go at 60mph.

The squeak has no effect on my driving and has not caused any shaking or odd vibrations of any kind so hopefully it is not to serious. Any and all suggestions of things to pull apart are welcomed as i will be pulling it apart for a third time tomorrow to try and find this stupid thing.

Thanks in advance for any and all feedback! Chris Administrator Staff Member. First things first, grease al your u-joints, most importantly the ones in your front axle.

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Run the grease through them until it comes out clean. In addition to that, jack up the front end and wiggle your wheels back and forth vertically.

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Is there any play at all?February 4, — More than 3, model year Jeep Wrangler SUVs are recalled because the lower control arms may separate from the axles. Fiat Chrysler FCA says faulty weld locations on the left side of the Wrangler is what can cause the separation. The Wranglers were built between July 22,to October 26,but they were manufactured with front axle lower control arm brackets that may not have been in the correct locations during the welding process.

FCA opened an internal investigation in October after a dealer technician submitted a report. The automaker collected four front axles with left front lower control arm brackets which had separated on Wranglers.

The SUVs had been in for warranty repairs, causing Chrysler to send the parts to the supplier which determined all four axles had welds in the wrong locations. The SUV could be difficult to control or the lower control arm bracket could hit the ground once the control arm separates from the axle. A driver should be aware of noise from the front-end or vibration in the steering.

According to the automaker, no crashes or injuries have been reported due to the axle problems. Chrysler says the Jeep Wrangler front axle recall will begin March 14, Dealerships will inspect the front axles and replace them if needed.

Chrysler recalls Wranglers that may have lower control arms that separate from the axles. More than 3, Wranglers are recalled in the U. Jeep Wrangler owners may contact Chrysler at and refer to recall number W Canadian Jeep Wrangler customers should call I've got a standard 4.

In the mornings when I leave my house there is a very noticeably loud squeaking noise that seems to be coming from my front axle area. The noise seems to go away and dull down after I drive for about 5 minutes. Not sure if it's because the car's warmed up now or what. Sorry for not having a whole lot of info to provide. The only info I can think to give is that it's squeaking and sounds like it's coming from the front axle area, last about 5 minutes every day and occurs a little bit throughout the day when I start driving again after a break.

Just looking for some input and recommendations on what I can check to see where this problem may be. All input is appreciated, but would rather not getting dumb suggestions like saying it's my radio or something My thoughts are it might be my U joint in my drive shaft, but the squeaking noise doesn't sound like and isn't consistent to what a squeaking U joint would sound like to me.

Only other thing I can think of is my U joints on the ends of my front axle. That's where I think the problem may be, but i'm not a master technician or anything. It could be the centering joint in the front drive shaft. The noise it causes is sometimes refered to as angry sparrows. With the transfer case in two wheel drive and the front drive shaft will not spin so you can tie it up out of the way. If you would feel safer you can unbolt it at the transfer case yoke but that can be quite a task.

With the drive shaft disconnected if the noise does not occur then the problem is likely to be the centering joint at the transfer case end of the drive shaft. You could change this yourself using the write up at stu offroad as a guide. If the noise persists with the drive shaft disconnected then the problem is somewhere on the front axle. Sounds like your u-joints. Old crusty jeepers like me call the sound 'angry sparrows'. The most common u-joint to cause this is the front drive shaft, and its usually worse when the weather is cold or the Jeep hasnt been driven for a while.

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Just take it to a drive line shop and have them replace all 3 joints and the ball centering kit - should be pretty cheap, or you can do it yourself. You can get the u-joint tool at Harbor Freight for cheap.

A dealer will charge through the nose. It actually sounds like your fan belt. Mine does this to me when its cold all the time and its up front with your axle. But if its only when you drive the it could be worn out bearings in the axles or the u joints. If its bearings fix it quick! Thanks for all the help. Answer Save. Favorite Answer. Joey Lv 4.

Still have questions? Get your answers by asking now.Written By: Louis Orellana. A Wrangler's drivetrain is its bread and butter. That said, there is always room for improvement, or to hone it to your off-road needs. Stronger axles, different gear ratios, and even a tougher differential will help you tackle more difficult trails.

Wranglers are known to have a terrain capable and rugged drivetrain. The solid axle design paired with an incredible 4WD system, provides Jeeps with a high degree of versatility and durability. This article will explain the differences between Jeep axles, offer a brief explanation of how the legendary 4WD system works, and show you which differential cover belongs to which axle. The Dana portion is the nameplate of Dana Inc.

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There have been a few different axles used in Wranglers over the years with the Dana 44 being the most popular. The Dana 30 will only be found as a Jeep front axle while the Dana 35 will only be found as a rear axle on Wranglers.

Dana 35 axles have earned a very poor reputation in the off-roading world, however, it is a great axle for stock Wranglers.

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If you intend on running 33 inch or larger tires on your Wrangler, make sure you have a Dana If you try running huge tires on a Dana 35 you will probably end up snapping an axle shaft.

Each Wrangler axle has a slightly different look, making them easy to distinguish. The graphic below will show the appearance differences.

A Dana 30 cover will look like a rounded square. It should have 10 bolt holes and is 9 inches wide. A Dana 35 cover will look like an oval. Identifying the axles in YJs is pretty simple since there were no options for it. Every YJ came with a Dana 30 up front and a Dana 35 in the rear. TJ Wranglers will have either a Dana 30 in the front and a Dana 35 in the rear unless you have a Rubicon model. In which case you'll have 44s front and back.

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Some TJs with a Dana 30 in the front can have a 44 in the rear as it was an option from the factory. JL Wranglers have a Dana 30 up front and a Dana 35 in the rear. The exception as always is the Rubicon 44s front and back. The number in the name Dana 30, Dana 44, etc. Dana This axle size is the most common, and you'll only find it on the front of Jeep. The Dana 30 gear ratios are either 3.JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website.

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I accept the Terms and Coditions. Register or login.Forum Rules. Now through Dec 31st, Oil change question. Info on Liberty lift What do you use to mount a flag to your jeep? Reader Rides. Thread: Squeaking noise from the front wheel. Join Date Sep Posts 7. Squeaking noise from the front wheel Hello everyone I am new to the forum, and kind of new to my CJ7. I was wondering if anyone out there knew what would cause my CJ to make a squeaking noise from the front driver side wheel when making a turn in 4wd?

It also jumps a bit in he turns. Posts Re: Squeaking noise from the front wheel There is a distinct possibility that you may have a bad u-joint on the front axle shaft. Posts 2, Re: Squeaking noise from the front wheel Welcome to Jeepz.

Thank you for joining up. We like CJ's too. I don't own one but I'm hoping to change that one day soon. If you don't hear this noise in 2WD you'll need to pull the locking hub off to see if there is excessive wear. Now however is a good time to do a general inspection.

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If your uncertain on how to proceed with disassemblyget a good repair manual that has your yearmake and model so you know what to expect when taking it apart and get a good idea what tools you'll need. While your at itcheck the differential fluid level and if it looks dirty and gunked updrain it and refill.

If you doget enough for the rear axle and do both while your at it. At this point you may as well check the transmission fluid it's a cj7do you have an automatic? Compare to new fluid. Brown or black fluid will warrant an immediate fluid and filter change. If it's a manualdrain it and refill with the proper fluid.

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Be aware to use the correct fluid and not something that will harm the syncronizers. We have discussions on this and ask is if you don't like the answers the parts store gives. Same goes for the transfer case too. Tell her s a little about your jeep as it will help us to know for helping with maintenance and repair. It is very important to use the right fluids and it may be necessary to switch over to a recommended fluid that may be better for your jeep than what it originally came with.

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It's most likely the centering ball in the CV joint of the front driveshaft. Remove the front driveshaft immediately or you risk breaking your transfer case in half, seen it many times. My money is on the squeek going away when you pull the driveshaft. I'll put a dime in the brakes. Confucious says: Don't eat the snow where the huskies go! There are 4 small bolts holding the u-joint straps on the front axle pinion yoke. There are also 4 bolts to the t-case front output flange.

Remove those bolts and Walla!

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Here is a pretty good write up about it Originally Posted by mercab Join Date Jun Location miami gardens Posts Were this thread about a YJ, it might be the leaf spring bushings. Particularly the the pivot ends opposite from shackles. I have more redneck mods than you! Forum related. Similar Threads 94 yj 4. Replies: 4 Last Post:AM. Replies: 8 Last Post:AM. Clutch is squeaking? By rtoney9 in forum Wrangler and CJ. Replies: 17 Last Post:AM.

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