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Old 04-19-2000, 10:07 AM
jeffsr jeffsr is offline
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Travis, get the car up in the air and eyeball everything, driveshaft, halfshafts, center support bearing. Then go hands on. Give all of those rotating parts a good shake, move them around, twist them. If anything is bad enough to make that much noise, it's a fair bet you'll locate it. It kinda sounds like when you put it in reverse or apply the brake, you are taking the load off of a worn out component and it's telling you that it's worn out by being noisy. I hope you'll be able to find it or at least narrow it down. Good luck..

Jeff L
1987 300e
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1987 BMW 325

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