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Old 08-25-2008, 01:45 PM
Mrhavasu
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I have an 08 Crew cab 4x4. I love the truck but, I have 2 issues the dealer has yet to fix. First is slop in the drive line at speeds about 40 mph. Let off the gas and it smacks, step on it and it smacks hard again, like the torque converter is not unlocking for a smooth transistion. Seems most obvious in
4th gear. Does not do this in lower gears or at hwy speeds.
Next is a whistling sound or raspy air rushing sound coming from the dash. Only happens when you are on the gas, let off the gas and no sound. Dealer thought it was a bad exhaust manifold and replaced the pass side. No fix.
Any ideas? Thanks.
Terry
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Old 08-27-2008, 12:47 PM
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No one has experienced anything like this?????
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Old 08-14-2010, 08:00 PM
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sounds like torque converter also ck fluid level and color / noise behind dash could be vacuum lk
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Old 01-20-2015, 03:48 AM
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i know this is an old post... but just in case some one else is having this issue... the crew cab 2wds have a carrier bearing on the driveline about a foot back from the tranny that is notorious for wearing out quickly and making hidious clunks and bangs if left unattended... remove and install the driveshaft yourself to save a few bucks, gut take the drive shaft/bearing assembly to drivetrain specialist to replace the worn bearing and any worn u-joints if necessary. DONT FORGET TO PUT MARKS ON EACH END OF THE SHAFT TO AVOID BALANCE ISSUES WHEN REINSTALL.
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