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I've got an 03 Sequoia with almost 70K miles. I have noticed lately that when I change gears from a stopped position, there is a lot of noise from underneath the car. When I change from reverse to drive or drive to reverse, a loud noise from around the rear axle is apparent. I'm not sure if I'm low on any fluid or grease. Does anyone else have this problem or know what to do to fix it? Thanks
Sounds like your U-Joints are bad or it could be something in the rear but I bet it's just some bad U-Joints. I would get it fixed ASAP you don't want to throw your driveshaft out of wack. Let us know if that was the problem and if not what it was. I don't think there's anything wrong with your transmission at all. Johnnnny
 

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Thanks Johnny. Do you think it could be anything in the brake system? Maybe my calipers screeching/moving as I change gears? Because I noticed that it makes the same noise as I let off of the brakes from a stopped position?
Well, Without hearing it I am not sure. But try this, Put your foot firmly on the brake pedal and don't take you foot off the brake. Then put the truck in drive wait a two or three seconds and then put it in reverce. Try that a few times and listen and if you hear that sound it's your U-Joints if it don't make the sound it's NOT your U-Joints. Johnnnny
 
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