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2002 Nissan Xterra Differential Pinion Bearing - Rear Outer Timken

P311-177E5C1    30306M  New

Qty:
$26.35
Timken Differential Pinion Bearing  Rear Outer
  • H190, H190A, H190B Axles
  • DNA
Brand: Timken
Position: Rear Outer
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Vehicle Position
2002 - Nissan Xterra Rear Outer
Timken
1989 Nissan Stanza Differential Pinion Bearing - Rear Outer Timken

P311-346B3F3    32305  New

Qty:
$34.82
Timken Differential Pinion Bearing  Rear Outer
  • Tapered Roller Bearing Cone & Cup Assembly
  • R180, R180A Axles
Brand: Timken
Position: Rear Outer
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1989 - Nissan Stanza Rear Outer
Timken
2005 Nissan Xterra Differential Pinion Bearing - Front Outer Timken

P311-346B3F3    32305  New

Qty:
$34.82
Timken Differential Pinion Bearing  Front Outer
  • Tapered Roller Bearing Cone & Cup Assembly
  • R180A Axle
Brand: Timken
Position: Front Outer
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2005 - Nissan Xterra 4WD Front Outer
Timken
2004 Nissan Frontier Differential Pinion Bearing - Rear Inner Timken

P311-5F0A216    HM803146  New

Qty:
$26.27
Timken Differential Pinion Bearing  Rear Inner
  • Tapered Roller Bearing Cone
  • 8.50 in. Ring Gear
Brand: Timken
Position: Rear Inner
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2004 - Nissan Frontier Rear Inner
Timken
2011 Nissan Titan Differential Pinion Bearing - Rear Inner Timken

P311-5F0A216    HM803146  New

Qty:
$26.27
Timken Differential Pinion Bearing  Rear Inner
  • Tapered Roller Bearing Cone
  • Dana/Spicer 44 Axle - 8.5 in. Ring Gear
Brand: Timken
Position: Rear Inner
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2011 - Nissan Titan Rear Inner
Timken
2011 Nissan Titan Differential Pinion Bearing - Rear Outer Timken

P311-243EE20    M88048  New

Qty:
$12.18
Timken Differential Pinion Bearing  Rear Outer
  • Tapered Roller Bearing Cone
  • Dana/Spicer 44 Axle - 8.5 in. Ring Gear
Brand: Timken
Position: Rear Outer
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2011 - Nissan Titan Rear Outer
Timken
2010 Nissan Xterra Differential Pinion Bearing - Rear Inner Timken

P311-088991A    M802048  New

Qty:
$15.24
Timken Differential Pinion Bearing  Rear Inner
  • Tapered Roller Bearing Cone
  • Xterra Locking Differential - Frontier M226 Axle
Brand: Timken
Position: Rear Inner
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2010 - Nissan Xterra Rear Inner
Timken
2010 Nissan Xterra Differential Pinion Bearing - Rear Outer Timken

P311-243EE20    M88048  New

Qty:
$12.18
Timken Differential Pinion Bearing  Rear Outer
  • Tapered Roller Bearing Cone
  • Xterra Locking Differential - Frontier M226 Axle
Brand: Timken
Position: Rear Outer
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2010 - Nissan Xterra Rear Outer
Timken
2004 Nissan Frontier Differential Pinion Bearing - Rear Outer Timken

P311-23683F0    32306  New

Qty:
$54.66
Timken Differential Pinion Bearing  Rear Outer
  • Tapered Roller Bearing Cone & Cup Assembly
  • Non 8.50 in. Ring Gear
Brand: Timken
Position: Rear Outer
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2004 - Nissan Frontier Rear Outer
Timken
2003 Nissan Frontier Differential Pinion Bearing - Rear Inner Timken

P311-23683F0    32306  New

Qty:
$54.66
Timken Differential Pinion Bearing  Rear Inner
  • Tapered Roller Bearing Cone & Cup Assembly
Brand: Timken
Position: Rear Inner
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2003 - Nissan Frontier Rear Inner

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Humming Noise from rear of truck

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Question From John Wayne on Humming Noise from rear of truck

Hi, I have a 2001 Nissan Frontier SE Pick-Up. 4 cyl. 5 speed manual. 102,000 miles. I have taken good care of this truck and it has taken good care of me. Recently there has been a HUMMING NOISE coming from the rear of the truck. The noise is only in higher gears and higher RPM. If you put in the clutch while at high speed the noise goes away, so I do not feel that it's the tires making the noise. But that's the type of humming sound I'm talking about. It sounds like the tires are humming but that's not it. I need to drive 400 miles to Kentucky Lake to pick up my boat and I would like to elimiate this noise before traveling. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks JWK

Response From Hammer Time

Does backing off the throttle have the same effect as pushing the clutch in?

Response From John Wayne

There is little or no noise at lower speeds and lower RPM. Backing off the throttle eliminates the sound. The noise is mainly in 4th or 5th gear. It really sounds like it's coming from the rear end unit.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Could be rear bearing in the transmission or pinion bearing in the differential. It needs to be run on a lift to pinpoint the problem. It going to be a rebuild of one or the other though.

Response From John Wayne

I took the truck to a local truck professional. After a test drive we discovered the sound is mainly in 3rd and 5th gear. So it looks like the trans need work. A rebuild kit is going to be $1500+ and then you might as well put in a new clutch while everything is apart, so we are getting up into the $3000 range and that truck is just not worth that kind of investment. It's all back together and running and humming and I'll just drive it till it dies.
Thanks for the advice JWK

Response From Discretesignals

Instead of rebuilding the transmission have you looked into replacing it with a good used transmission? Most salvage yards offer a warranty, but you'll have to ask.


Clutch kit install
R&R transmission 4.0 hrs

Machine flywheel ~$40
Clutch kit ~$170
Used manual transmission ~$900

If shop labor rate was $100 an hour, the approximate cost to repair the problem: $1510
Doesn't include misc parts and tax


The thing about noises in a manual transmission is that you shouldn't ignore it. If certain transmission internal components seize or break, that could lock up the rear tires. You really don't want that happening at highway speeds.

Response From John Wayne

In the Chicago area a used manual 5 speed transmission runs from $1200 to $1800. Perhaps it would be better to get the existing trans rebuilt. Several people have told me to forget it and buy something else but that's not an afforadable option at this time. Makes no sense to just leave the truck in the driveway but at this time I just do not know what to do with it.
Thanks JWK

Response From Hammer Time

The more you drive it, the more the rebuild is going to cost.

Response From John Wayne

I have a car, so repairing or replacing the trans is on hold for a while. I would have no problem with a used tranny from a bone yard. However I was planning on driving it the way it is for about a thousand miles round trip to pick up my little 14' boat ( it weighs nothing) and visit some friends in Kentucky & Tennessee. But now your scaring the crap out me driving the thing that far without repairs. I need to go get that boat out of storage so I think I'll just stay off the Interstate and take my time driving the red routes.
Thanks JWK

Response From Hammer Time

I would never head out on a trip in that condition.

Response From John Wayne

OK, looks like I will give my Brother the car and borrow his truck for the trip. Just hope he can avoid crashing my new Accord while he uses it.
thanks again JWK

Response From Discretesignals

Another suggestion is to check the universal joints on the drive shaft. If it has a two piece drive shaft, inspect the center support bearing too. You'll have to remove the drive shaft to check if you have binding U joints.

Response From Hammer Time

They do go bad but i don't believe it would respond to on and off throttle that way.

Response From John Wayne

Thank you for the help. I will follow up with you when the problem is resolved. Thanks JWK