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Old 10-26-2013, 03:53 PM
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excursion SQUEAK PLEASE HELP!

OK this noise is driving me absolutely crazy! Sorry the camera quality sucks I was drivin home in the morning and it was still kinda dark... the camera is pointed at the rear driver side door. Sounds like it is coming from the bottom left corner of the door.... but I have removed the door panel and drove without it on there and its still there so I know its not plastic from the door panel rubbing on it... Could it be a bushing underneath the truck? or does anyone know WHAT the noise actually is... please help im gonna drive into a tree...... its a 04 Excursion limited if that matters PSD here is a video hopefully it works!

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Old 10-29-2013, 06:00 AM
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I have a similar noise on my truck (05 Ex). Not nearly as noticeable or steady as yours. I hear it a couple times a week MAYBE, and usually only when I go over bad roads. Went offroad a couple weeks ago and haven't heard it since. Fixed it! lol.

My noise is coming from the passenger side plastics, under the cup holder, next to the third row seats. If I push in and out just past the speaker I can sometimes hear that same noise.

Maybe your noise is coming from that region instead? G'luck.
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Quick check: spray the body mount with WD-40 and drive it. If the noise is gone, the body mount is your issue.
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If I was a bettin' man, I would say you have the same thing I had. Drove me nuts for the first few weeks with my 05 ex when I got it a few months ago.

Working under the hood one day, I think doing a reverse flush, I was hitting the plastic wire trough at the back of the engine compartment and it made a sound similar to the one which was driving me batty. I put a wire tie along side one of the plastic rivets which holds it in place, figuring that even if the sound changed that I was on the right track. Sound was gone.

The weight of the wiring harness as it goes forward of the turbo makes the trough sag and pulls on the plastic Christmas tree rivet, loosening them. Try a wire tie, new plastic fastener, or even a nut / screw combo.

I would put up a pic for you, however I am in Texas and ex is back in Canada.

Hope this helps

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