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samtheman
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8/20/2003
16:54:10

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dealer and to difficult to get the truck to do it. While some what laboring (no detonation involved) up grades in OD, the new (2000mi) 5.9, 4x4, QC will make this sound not on like going over rumble strips maybe for five to ten seconds every couple days, never at the same place. If I attempt to duplicate it on the same stretch of road it won't do it! If it is the tranny, a differential or a bearing, why doesn't it do it all the time? Any theories? Thank you!



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8/20/2003
17:08:41

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Is your 4wd electronic ?? maybe it's trying to engage



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8/20/2003
17:13:30

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Yes it is, full time actually! Has this occured before?



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8/20/2003
17:29:03

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sorry i don't have a 4x4, it was just a thought



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8/20/2003
22:11:45

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Might check all your transmission, engine, etc mount bolts. Not unheard of for stuff to be left loose or missing from factory. I sold new vehicles for 12 years and have seen some pretty strange things. One car had no rear brake shoes whatsoever.

That is pretty bizzare but it does sound like a driveline related problem so I would check everything including u-joints,mounts, carrier bearings etc...



samtheman
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8/21/2003
05:18:44

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I agree, driveline. Also, it isn't the fan coming on, I know exactly what that sounds like!



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10/08/2003
10:25:09

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I had a 90 Dak that did the very same thing
you're talking about. It did this every once in a
while if I ran over a large or even small pot
hole.. It ended up to be the back brakes
anti lock system. When either back wheel went off
the road (because of the pot hole) the system
would kick in putting the brakes on and off
(anti lock) untill both wheels were spinning
the same. I did nothing to fix the problem
because there really was not any.




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