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Ok i have 2 new noises coming from the prowler and wanted to get some ideas before i start tearing down.

First off when i apply the brakes it makes a terrible grinding sound but it sounds like it is coming from under the floor board towards the center console. Like around the front drive shaft or something.

Second when i hit bumps i hear metal to metal contact in the front left.

Thanks for the help.
 

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Also where can i get the expanded bellows for the diff my rear keeps leaking oil out of the hose. when i bought the prowler i noticed it has no bellow at all just a longer hose ran up to the frame.
 

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Ok i have 2 new noises coming from the prowler and wanted to get some ideas before i start tearing down.

First off when i apply the brakes it makes a terrible grinding sound but it sounds like it is coming from under the floor board towards the center console. Like around the front drive shaft or something.

Second when i hit bumps i hear metal to metal contact in the front left.

Thanks for the help.
The noise under the floor is prob the brake. warped rotor? Pads?
 

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Also where can i get the expanded bellows for the diff my rear keeps leaking oil out of the hose. when i bought the prowler i noticed it has no bellow at all just a longer hose ran up to the frame.
Call Chris from EAAC and he can send you one. They are fairly cheap.

Chris goodman
Eastern Arizona AG - 800.293.1586
 

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Ok i have 2 new noises coming from the prowler and wanted to get some ideas before i start tearing down.

First off when i apply the brakes it makes a terrible grinding sound but it sounds like it is coming from under the floor board towards the center console. Like around the front drive shaft or something.

Second when i hit bumps i hear metal to metal contact in the front left.

Thanks for the help.
Run with your engine cover off,might help locate the noise. Buy 2 bellows and get a t fitting, mount them both vertically. you'll need the extra expansion room of 2 bellows.
 
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