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Intermediate Steering Shaft ?

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Have any of you men had to have this replaced under warranty on your 21' HD.  Mine is driving me nuts with the popping and vibrations when driving.  How long did it take dealer to replace ??........................Thanks,  RR

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Had mine replaced I looked at a YouTube video looks like about an 1.5 hr job. When they replaced mine one of the bolts broke and it took 4 days to get a new one. At least that’s why they said it took 5 days

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What did this sound like?  At 1000 miles my 2500 Sierra began to develop a rattle under the steering wheel near my knees somewhere.  Sounds like a quarter or a bean in a tin can.  Rattles from start up to about 20 MPH, then it either goes away or the other noises of operation cover up the rattle.  Is this stuff covered under warranty?  I only have 3500 miles on the truck

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On 9/8/2021 at 5:04 PM, MTU Alum said:

The final redesign hit flint last week.  Not sure of its availability at dealers yet.



What is the part # for the new one. My 22 2500 is driving me crazy. I am having flash backs to my 02, 05 & 08

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