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Old 10-21-2013, 09:13 AM
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Sound Diagnosis

Well I have new sounds that I cant diagnose. It sounds like a bloop sound whenever the wheel is turned. It used to only do every few months but now it everyday. It sounds like a power steering pump but I could be wrong. The gearbox was replaced in May due to leaking. Also there are other noises that you can hear in the video that also only happen when the vehicle is turning from a standstill or moving slowly.

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IMG_0065_zps24f43589.mp4 Video by YoTengoAMerde | Photobucket

Also I have a video of my video looking like its getting bogged up halfway down. I believe it to be the regulator/Motor assembly but I could be wrong. I included the video for future people with this problem.

Window video

IMG_0066_zpsbb934d1e.mp4 Video by YoTengoAMerde | Photobucket

The truck is a 2004 F350 CC LB 4X4 6.0 ZF6
Any suggestions or ideas here?

Im trying to avoid the dealer if at all possible since I was layed off.
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Old 10-21-2013, 10:51 AM
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The noise is too faint to detect, but it may be the over-pressure relief or weak pump. Larger tires on sticky surfaces without rolling is very hard on the PS system.

You need to clean and lube your window hardware an perhaps the motor. Lots of dust will do that. If you lived where winter is very cold, that window would not move!
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Old 10-21-2013, 12:20 PM
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The sound happens @ 23 seconds and @ 34 seconds. Im doing this at a standstill to vocalize the sound because I cant hear it over the engine when my foots on the pedal but it does do it driving as well. As far as the windows go ill be using some silicone this week sometime thanks for advice on the window. The winter here in PA is mild to moderate depending where im at in the state it wasn't very snowy last year but it was very salty, I washed/rinsed it off every couple days.
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Anyone else have any ideas about the noises?
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Anyone else have any ideas about the noises?
Mine has a power steering fluid leak and when it gets low, it makes the same noise as the ones in the video. If you can, get the pump replaced. Those larger tires kill those pumps and most likely yours is getting weak.
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Old 10-21-2013, 05:57 PM
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I figured, I'm waiting till start getting payed from new job. Thanks for the help guys.
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This may sound stupid but the dealer told me it can be either option a or option b. Because I have a 1/2004 build.

option a for a 2004
P# 3A674(STP-102-RM)

option a for a 2005
P# 3A674(STP-137)

Any ideas as to which one, id like to order it but I keep getting conflicting answers from the dealer.
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ball joints?? maybe.......
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