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Anyone else get a buzzing sound in the B pillar when accelerating around 30+ mph? Sounds like a plastic type buzz. Taking the truck in for the recall on Tuesday, if anyone has any suggestions to help point them in the right direction I’d appreciate it!

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It is the cover over the opening for the seat belt.  I took them off and put rubber bands and that took care of the problem.

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Interesting. Took it to the dealer yesterday - they told me there is a TSB on it, and have ordered the parts to fix it.

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Should show us when you get the new part

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Did you get the new part

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On 2/5/2021 at 4:32 AM, Moend said:

Did you get the new part

Yes, here is the write up

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