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Zip2014

Silverado clicking noise

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I posted about this problem. Dealer has heard but is so fast and short they cannot pin down.Any help would be great only 9000 miles. You back up or pull forward like lug nuts in hub caps. Thanks

 

 

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Get it in the air and check the drive shaft play, pinion angles and u joints. There as a bulletin for re shining and re torque of the axle and everyone at this point knows of the AAM issues with the converter, driveshaft, axles.

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Get it in the air and check the drive shaft play, pinion angles and u joints. There as a bulletin for re shining and re torque of the axle and everyone at this point knows of the AAM issues with the converter, driveshaft, axles.

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Thanks for the info will try this.


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Get it in the air and check the drive shaft play, pinion angles and u joints. There as a bulletin for re shining and re torque of the axle and everyone at this point knows of the AAM issues with the converter, driveshaft, axles.

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Other than being annoying what problem can this cause as dealer says checked these things and nothing they can do to it gets where it is worse and they can hear. It clicks little like 3 times and gone rest of day. Some days no noise.


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I am guessing these is the issue. If it is squeaking then it is the leaf bushings or the pad in the leafs. Based on what you say to should be able to reproduce the noise with the truck in the air even if this means a 4 post lift and the rear wheels removed so the stock tide height is same. Things like u joints are super cheap. Everything else is big money $1000 drive shaft over a grand maybe 2 grand for axles, bearings, seals, oil, and labor. If the axle grinds the output shaft then and only damages the seals and not more of the transmission. Your lucky.
When the driveshaft is out they should re lube that inside.
Have to find the noise first.

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Probably would have helped only 9500 miles on it. Also is a clunking sounds as you back up or go forward maybe 2 seconds to 3 of sound.


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Oh I would h
Get it in the air and with a person in it have them shift with truck off just to see and hear the linkage. Or just because it is free and easy do a trans reset and relearn.

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Everyone Thanks for the help. Finally had wife listening for days and it is the plastic lug cover on the wheels making the noise.02ff7338157789ca8706fafa8f3cecef.jpg


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