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Old September 15th, 2010, 05:13 PM
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The mud shield you mean? I have seen that happen on a crankshaft pulley/harmonic balancer before.
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Im getting this wild noise now. Only after driving the car, come to a light, while stopping into fully stoped, squeeling kinda noise. I crawl under truck and from best I can tell it sounds like it is coming from the bell housing (or oil pan but unlikely I hope). If I apply a tiny bit of throttle it goes away. Let off and it will come back. After being stopped for maybe 10 seconds the sound will go away on its own so it is hard to pin point.

I can't imagine it being anything driveshaft related as the car would have to be in motion for the noise to occur and stop once stopped.

Thinking maybe throw out bearing or pilot bushing? I have new tranny going in on Thursday anyway but just wanted to get any thoughts.
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V belt most likely. Probably the alternator.
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I had the same symptoms. I changed all fluids. Even had a reputable shop ready to pull the driveline to change the gearbox/t-case. On a whim, I pulled the PTO cover and the bearing was in bits. Changed that and presto, everything was back to normal.
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V belt most likely. Probably the alternator.
That was my first thought. It really sounds like its coming the bell housing. Alternator and belt are basically new, but it really doesn't sound like its coming from there. ------ Follow up post added April 9th, 2017 06:33 PM ------
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I had the same symptoms. I changed all fluids. Even had a reputable shop ready to pull the driveline to change the gearbox/t-case. On a whim, I pulled the PTO cover and the bearing was in bits. Changed that and presto, everything was back to normal.
My output shaft is wiped, and I have been beating it up because I don't care all new parts to install. But why would it make noise with vehicle stopped? Nothing inside T-case is moving. I hope that's the issue.
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The alternator belt needs to be really tight on these. What you are describing is a slipping belt exactly.
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The alternator belt needs to be really tight on these. What you are describing is a slipping belt exactly.
OK. I will def check it out. You are more often then not right about these things.

FWIW it does't do it on start up or anything. Just after driving while slowing down then finally while stopped for 10ish seconds.
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