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Old 07-09-2012, 04:09 PM
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Sounds like the doors or cab is flexing.

Has anybody noticed any noise coming from the drivers door when you are on less than smooth road that sounds like the cab or the doors are flexing? It's almost a popping sound, but it defineltly sounds like the cab bending or twisiting causing the doors to move or rub. I think someone else mentioned this, but I am unable to find the thread on it.
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Old 07-09-2012, 05:55 PM
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I get it on the rear passenger door, thought it was the seat belt hitting or the seat not fattening tight on the storage compartment. I am lost but it drives me nuts.
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Old 07-09-2012, 06:12 PM
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I know someone else commented on the same issue and I want to say they had the cab bushings replaced.
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Mine does it too. Drivers door.

It's annoying but I can't find anything wrong.

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I have the same noise. I tracked it down to the step bar on my drivers side. I can create the same noise by having someone hit it witht thier fist while I am in the cab.
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I get it on the rear passenger door, thought it was the seat belt hitting or the seat not fattening tight on the storage compartment. I am lost but it drives me nuts.
I got the same issue but also on driver frt door. Maybe they just ain't built like the old ones!
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I have the same noise. I tracked it down to the step bar on my drivers side. I can create the same noise by having someone hit it witht thier fist while I am in the cab.
Hhhmmm interesting......May try spray some lubricant where it bolts up to see if that is my problem. Thanks

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I get the same pop noise faintly from the drivers door but i think its from the weatherstrip needing dome dry silicone spray.
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