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trying to identify a noise

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Builds (2005-2015)' started by stephenm, Mar 7, 2011.

  1. Mar 7, 2011 at 6:52 PM

    stephenm [OP] Well-Known Member

    Aug 19, 2007
    First Name:
    Frazier Mtn / Long Beach
    2007 TRD PreRunner (Sport Package)
    Procomp 6" kit ES3000 shocks Snugtop Supersport shell Bedrug Bedliner
    edit: damn, wrong category, sorry guys, please feel free to delete this thread.

    I had my truck repaired after getting impaled by a out of control civic about a month ago. although it was an impressive accident the damage was moderate. They had to do some body work and replace the front left suspension (replaced shock, repair on the spring I believe and some other things), they realigned it too.
    anyway, ever since I got it back there is a noise that seems to be coming from the front left area. It only happens when I am trying through a hole bump and it seems the more I have my wheels turned the more you can hear it.
    As for the noise itself, it sounds like something is loose, something that is moving/vibrating that shouldn't.
    I could try to record it, it's predictable.

    the repairs are still under warranty.. I was going to add a lift kit this week but I certainly don't want to do it before this has been taken care of... Although I am pretty sure the shop that will add the lift kit could fix that, I would like to get some input before.

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