I have some more information for you. I had my car in my garage and lifted the rear end and putting it on jack stands and removed both rear wheels, I chalked the front wheels and put the car into neutral and returned to the now visible wheel hubs, I looked over control arms, struts, tie rod, nothing was damaged. Next thing I did was firmly grab the rear passenger wheel hub and shook it, nothing really serious, it would rotate about a quarter inch in either direction. (Not side to side shaking, its moves as if the car was in drive or reverse) so I moved to my driverside rear wheel hub and attempted to do the same motion and I cannot get the rotor to rotate by hand. Its very rusted, but when driving the car it forces it to rotate. But there is this jerking sound from the rear end. Could this be my problem? Its 4WD, and when engaging 4x4 the jerk becomes twice as bad.
Saturday, December 12th, 2015 AT 2:34 PM