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Old 04-13-2007, 11:29 AM
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Hey Guys I Just Got My Truck Back From Ford It Had Blown Head Gaskets Its A 6.0 06 With 28000 On It,now When I Hit The Go Pedal It Sounds Like Someone Is Gonna Come Thru My Floorboard,it Dosent Do It When I Let Of The Gas,and Today I Went On A 100 Mile Trip,and The Whole Way Home At 70 Mph It Was Making This Noise,and I Could Also Feel It In The Pedal, Does Anyone Know What This Could Be,oh Yeah And It Does It Stock,or Chipped It Doesnt Matter.
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Old 04-13-2007, 11:52 AM
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I'll take a guess.

I am sure MARC the site admin would have an answer, BUT my is
As I am sure you know, The Body/cab needs to be removed from the Chassis in order to change headstuds. I would lean towards the possibility that upon re-attachment to your frame rails something was left loose , unattached or pinched. This would explain the noise you hear. Now Drive the truck stock a few days if poss and then take it back to the Stealer, I mean dealer LOL, and have them go for a ride so you can show them.. Either way it's on THEM.
Good luck and let us know whats up....
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Old 04-13-2007, 12:03 PM
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Could They Have Messed With The Suspension At All Or Not,because Their Is A Slight Miss In My Steering Now For Some Reason.
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Old 04-13-2007, 12:09 PM
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not every body pulls the cab to do headgaskets , but if they did , the steering rod to gear box does have to come loose , that is the only steering/suspension component that has to come loose , as far as your noise goes almost impossible to know without hearing it
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Old 04-13-2007, 12:15 PM
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They Did Pull The Cab Of Is It Possible To Mess Up The Steering Rod To Gear Box While Reinstalling,thanx Sheldon.
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Old 04-13-2007, 12:17 PM
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i dont think you could mess it up ,but its is possible to have left it loose causing it to feel funny, just take it back and have them check it
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Old 04-13-2007, 12:20 PM
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Thanx Alot Scuffy
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Check to see if the downpipe is hitting anywhere. They may not have gotten it ligned up or the clamps could have come loose after a heat cycle and it needs to be realigned and tightened up.
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describe the noise...is it a squeek....does it sound like just a bunch of air going through a tight place?? what does it sound like....

Could be a loose Y pipe....an egr clamp at the y pipe or the two bolts that bolt it to the intake not sealing....or a ton of other things....

I highly doubt its related to the body.....if anything that would be a popping noise on accel or decel if one of the bolts was left loose...thats about worst case senerio....
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Old 04-14-2007, 07:39 AM
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hey marc the sound is a very loud thumping sound , it didnt do it before the shop and now its ridiculously loud,and it does it at all times especially loud at higher mph,then when i shut her down i can feel and hear noise in the steering when i turn the wheel,i dont know if that is where the noise is coming from,but that is my guess.
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