Describing the noise is kinda tough. Grinding is probably the wrong word to use, my bad. It sounds nothing like when the traction control engages. The best way I can describe it is, it's like a loud whining noise. But it’s so bad it causes a vibration that can be felt in your feet, steering wheel etc. It only happens at slow speeds. I get it in turns (only at slow speeds) but what’s weird, is it happens while going straight around 15 to 30 MPH and it goes away once the speed picks up. Say if I'm coming up to a stop sign and just slowing down with out using the brakes, once I get to around 30 the noise happens. I have checked the brakes, rotors, but nothing out of the ordinary. Before I had my lift installed I had a local mechanic look into it. Nothing conclusive but he suggested changing the front differential fluid due to the clutches internal to it. If there was no friction modifier added or it just hasn't been changed it could cause that. Well needless to say 8,000 miles later. It's still doing it, but getting worse. I will try removing the fuse and see if happens.
2006 Jeep Commander Limited 4.7L QD II.....[I]4in Super lift Supension lift, AEM Brute Force CAI, Defender Roof Rack, 285 70R17 ProComp Xtreme Mud Terrain II tires, Mickey Thompson Classic II wheels, Rear grab handles, polished throttle body, RCV performance CV Axles, 4X Guard belly guard, front guard, jeepinbyals upper control arms, borla cat back exhaust and LED off road bar 40" and dully D2's.
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