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Every time I let go of the gas and there is no load in the drivetrain, I get this steady clunking and sometimes squeal. Pretty sure it's coming from the rear drivers side area. It only happens when the car is coasting/ if I am braking. If I brake with my foot on the gas a little bit to give some load to the drivetrain, it will not clunk or squeak and it will stop just fine. It doesn't feel like the car is gonna break down and it still drives smooth while on the gas, but you can feel the clunk.

It started happening couple days ago randomly and can't figure it out. Granted I haven't checked it out yet (shitty weather+no garage) but wanted to see if anyone had this problem before and can point it out right away. So far I'm thinking the main culprit is the wheel bearing a buddy said he had a similar problem when his was going out. Other than that I was thinking possibly differential, axle, or maybe something to do with the driveshaft. What do you guys think?

Here's a vid of it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjfcznG6qrw

Vid of the squeak. It's only 3 seconds got a call that interupted it but it's all I got you can hear it a bit. It's in the beginning

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6X1vm3bF3l4
 

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The Great Kruso
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Rear wheel bearing for sure. Jack the rear of the car when its in neutral (make sure to take all the safety precautions) and attempt to spin the rear wheels one at a time and you'll find the culprit.

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Thanks man and also thanks for the PM! I will hopefully get that done today. It's weird because I parked my car it was sitting for about 5 hours and when I picked it up it just started to make this noise no warnings or nothin.
 
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