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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Funny how many different noises people have coming out of their Dak's. Here's mine:

At low speeds, when both braking AND re-accelerating, as well as going over small bumps, there is a very faint clunking noise that almost sounds as if something is binding. You can "feel the noise" (if that's possible!?) in the steering wheel and pedals as well. Its NOT a shimmy, like in the case of warped rotors (my brakes are new by the way) and again its only at lower speeds.

Anybody have anything similar happen, or any ideas??

Thanks much........
 

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is your truck lowered? if so did you put the spring cushions back in?
when doing the brakes did you bend the dust shield by chance? that could be rubbing.
hope this helps out.
 
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If its a ticking noise, my timing chain started out like that, until it became a constant clatter. I just had the timing chain assembly changed and it is back to normal(for now).
 
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I had the same noise, I found that the steering shaft was moving in and out
(just slightly) and causing the sound that you feel in the steering wheel.
Just lub under the rubber boot near the rack (one shot of oil) under the boot stopped the sound. Note: it only did it above temp of 60 or so.
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