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08-14-2019 08:07 PM
Hotsauce38 No problem! Glad it worked out. That’s one those situations where you immediately think worst case scenario over a simple fix.
08-13-2019 10:13 AM
knightstilepro
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Originally Posted by Hotsauce38 View Post
Check the top radiator shroud. It connects via a 12MM bolt to I believe the oil filler tube. Loosen it, hold up the shroud and re tighten while holding. Sounds simple, and too good to be true, but I’ve heard this exact sound from the fan barely hitting the shroud under acceleration/deceleration.
So I looked at that and it didn’t even had a bolt in it. Wow I can’t get the noise to come back. I just don’t understand why when I had a trailer on it made the noise more. Maybe the fan was spinning faster? Well I need to get my trailer back on to see if that noise is officially gone but so far so good. I literally don’t believe it. Thank you so much! You’re a rockstar!
08-12-2019 10:47 AM
knightstilepro
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Originally Posted by Hotsauce38 View Post
Check the top radiator shroud. It connects via a 12MM bolt to I believe the oil filler tube. Loosen it, hold up the shroud and re tighten while holding. Sounds simple, and too good to be true, but I’ve heard this exact sound from the fan barely hitting the shroud under acceleration/deceleration.
I will check into it thanks
08-05-2019 08:20 PM
Hotsauce38 Check the top radiator shroud. It connects via a 12MM bolt to I believe the oil filler tube. Loosen it, hold up the shroud and re tighten while holding. Sounds simple, and too good to be true, but I’ve heard this exact sound from the fan barely hitting the shroud under acceleration/deceleration.
08-03-2019 11:58 AM
knightstilepro
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Originally Posted by Ron Nielson View Post
Is your truck 2WD or 4X4?? If 4X4, were you using that when noise occurs?
4x4 and no I wasn’t using it. It happens every time when I’m hauling a trailer during stop to accelerate. Not as much when I’m not pulling.
08-03-2019 10:28 AM
Ron Nielson Is your truck 2WD or 4X4?? If 4X4, were you using that when noise occurs?
08-02-2019 04:49 PM
knightstilepro Bump
08-01-2019 06:28 PM
knightstilepro
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Originally Posted by knightstilepro View Post

Here is the video once again. And I will say the acceleration while this noise is going seems greatly reduced.
08-01-2019 06:27 PM
knightstilepro Ok so I just started pulling my trailer around and I’m hearing the noice pretty much at ever stop when accelerating. I feel like it’s my transmission. Tranny temp got up to 230 today while making the noise. I can’t be the only one with this noise.
07-06-2019 07:31 PM
knightstilepro
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Originally Posted by rock4xfab View Post
Pull the belt and check the idler pulleys.. I had one going out and made some noise on occasion then go away. In the back of my head I was thinking I should take a look and I didn't, next thing you know I was replacing all the idlers and a new belt
I’m going to go through all of that tomorrow! Thanks. I might just replace all of that anyways can’t be all that expensive.
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