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post #11 of 17 Old 01-17-2013, 01:33 PM Thread Starter
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Just so I don't keep you guys hangin. Got the truck out, it cranked fine. Needed two trucks , a z71 and a Titan haha. Thanks for everything. It is however making a more noisy "whoosh" sound under acceleration. Almost like a up pipe is leaking. Ill take a look at that when I get home.
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I got stuck here on the way in


Here was my dilemma
http://m1303.photobucket.com/albumvi...1.jpg.html?o=2

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I'm guessing it got into the interior based on the picture of it draining?

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looks like you were hunting mud hole?

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Yes, it did get some water on the inside, not too bad tho. Not hunting mud holes, thats one hole I try to stay away from haha.

I'm about halfway through a complete flush of everything, been kinda busy http://i1303.photobucket.com/albums/...psdb132c9f.jpg. This was my first buck and the first deer taken with a gun.
Truck is running great tho, actually starts better now than before...wierd.

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Looking at the pic....ya, no problem. Do the front and rear end, transfer case and check the tranny fluid for evidence of water...that's about it. Your starter looks like it may have been submerged in that muck.....I might pull it, disassemble and clean it....but not necessary, that's just what I'd do.
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Looks like you need a big ol lift and tires.....and you are going to have to get your pride back that the mud hole took from you!
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