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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-29-2007, 03:02 PM Thread Starter
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Weird Sound

Jus wondering if yall might know whats wrong. Thers a constant winding, whistling sound coming from somwhere in my drivetrain, it a 5speed '02 dodge 2500. It just started recently and doesent seem to be affecting anything its just annoying. appreciate it.

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-30-2007, 05:35 AM
 
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I guess it could be some input/output/ or throwout bearing on the tranny. Could be a boost leak if it happens under boost. Have you checked the power steering fluid? sometime they have a winding noise.
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check all your drive train fluids and possibly change them if they are low and/or burnt. does it only make the sound when your moving? and lastly have you installed a cold air intake recently?
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It only makes it when i move. Now that you mention it it might actually be the throwout bearing. It sounds like its coming from under the truck. Ill take a look at it. Any more help would be appreciated.

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a throw out bearing should only spin when you push in the clutch u-joints are another possibility and if drivetrain oils were good it is possible to toast a bearing but unlikley check your brakes you might have something hanging up
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Ring gears are known for making a whining sound if something comes out of adjustment or low on fluid. Could also be a carrier bearing.
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That is what my truck is doing and it is driving nuts. Its shifts fine and runs as good as ever just this load humming sound from under my truck.
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I would check the rear diff. Pull the rear cover and check that first.
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I had sort of the same problem and it ended up being the carrier bearing on my driveshaft. I drive an 02' ext.cab, longbed. Not sayin its the problem but would check it out in case.
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