Nubo wrote: ↑
Fri Aug 02, 2019 10:02 pm
It's possible as the bearings will be loaded when under acceleration. First thing I would check is whether or not there is sufficient lubricant. This is done by removing the filler plug and checking with a finger. Likewise, check the axle joints to make sure the rubber boots are intact. Any cracks or damage to the rubber boots can allow the internal grease to become contaminated. If a bearing is damaged it's probably a labor-intensive project of working your way in from the wheel and checking for rough or loose bearings. Get a copy of the service manual.
I've been to the Nissan shop dealer twice and they are unable to detect the source of the problem.
In the first attempt to solve the problem the Nissan Shop dealer diagnosed a problem in rear wheel bearings and i replaced both.
Continuing with the problem a 2 weeks ago I anticipated the 4 year maintenance to try solve this problem, but sadly they dont detect the source of it. I was informed that they observed the axles, the lubrication, etc. and apparently all is fine. The rubber boots are also intact.
They informed me, however, that the gear oil is a bit dark (see link bellow ) and recommended replaced it, not guaranteeing that this would solve the problem. The specific reference of gear oil are out of stock and I am waiting they arrive.
If everything remains the same after replacing the gear oil, they are told that the next step is to remove the gear out to check for any problems or defects.
Since the diagnosis is not easy and the research I have done in Web indicate that similar symptoms may be reduction gear I am a little worried about the situation.
On the other hand it can be something more simple like joint kit of the transmission, I dont know!?
Because of that, and before going to Nissan Shop dealer for the third time, I bought the camera to try my own way to get more information to help them make a correct diagnosis.
Any aditional information obtained in this thread Will be precious for me.