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Old 06-20-2022, 10:15 AM #1
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DING when turning wheel after sitting for a bit.

'16 SR5 with JBA UCAs and Eibach pro kit suspension installed about a year and a half ago.

Something new just started a few weeks ago. When I get in the truck, start it, and start to move backwards/forwards its fine until i start to turn, then DING comes from the front drivers side wheel. It will only do it once, then you have to let it sit for at least 30 minutes and I can get it to DING again.

I'm in the wheel well and under the truck trying to figure out where the hell this is coming from but I can't figure it out. Theres nothing loose, the UCAs are all lubed up, I dont see any abnormal where anywhere. No clue.

Anyone have any idea what this DING could be? It's almost like a seized bolt is breaking free but everything looks and feels perfectly fine.

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Was able to get a video of it this morning. Here you can see the wheel turn just a hair and it DING. Other times I can go straight forward/reverse and it will DING

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFhHDckJqDs&feature=youtu.be

Ideas on what this is?

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Oh man, I hope you get an answer because the exact noise comes from mine when first starting up and its driving me crazy. PLEASE post here if you find the cause or solution. Thanks!!
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I would check that all the suspension fasteners are torqued to spec. They may not be "loose", but one or more may not be tight enough.
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I would check that all the suspension fasteners are torqued to spec. They may not be "loose", but one or more may not be tight enough.
I actually removed the entire suspension last week trying to find the issue. Nope, couldnt find it.
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I've seen/heard steering rack mounts make a similar noise. Loose bolts or worn bushings.
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Tie rod end. Also possible axle nut, hub flange, wear in CV axle check all that too.


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