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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-22-2011, 03:11 PM Thread Starter
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Last evening I was doing an errand when I noticed a wrench on my message centre. I then heard a klunk and the wrench disapeared, The manual indicated that it can come on for the following reasons, engine reduced power level for limp home or the other a transmission problem. It also indicated if it goes out,basically don't worry about it,but if it stays on seek service promptly.
My questions are has anyone got an opinion on the klunk and should I be concerned?
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depends on where it came from. Was it under the cab or from farther back?

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Thanks for the reply.
Can't say for sure where the noise came from but I think it came from below the seat area. Seem to me that l heard it comming from the left side of the cab.
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