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post #1 of 4 Old 10-04-2010, 01:09 PM Thread Starter
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Ok so I brought my truck to the dealer..Tech said code came up for the ficm.So he said they will replace it and hopefully it will take care of some other codes that came up?.Told him I keep hearing a loud crackling sound coming from engine area.Almost sounds like when you shut down after a long haul and the cat or muffler makes the crackle sound.Except this is when the motor is still running.I have had this truck going on 3yrs and never heard this noise before.And its from the front of truck

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With the truck on the lift tech said it was the dryest uderneath he had ever seen...Said usually the unerneath is very wet and greasy

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With the truck on the lift tech said it was the dryest uderneath he had ever seen...Said usually the unerneath is very wet and greasy
That is because ALOT of 6.0's have leaking issues coming from many various spots.

And I like your sig...very true "The people that try to help raise kids in a positive way Teachers and Cops are now the sworn enemy."

Where I worked (got laid off), I would be on patrol driving through neighborhoods and waive to the kids. In return I didn't get a waive back but a 8 year old kid flipping me off and running into the house of his criminal parents. The parents either teach their kids to hate us or the kids are scared to death of the police because we had to arrest daddy for beating mommy severely. What is this world coming to??

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So true armyguy-when I was growing up we were taught to respect your elders,police and teachers.Not the case anymore.But we can have people like lady gaga teach our kids to take a ride on a disco stick..This is partly why this country is in the spot we are in right now...I want to thank you for your service in that disgusting sandbox over there..

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