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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
they had a problem with that and they put foam around the assembly and used rubber bands to hold it on to stop making that noise, they have a campain on this and was a repair from factory.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
How old are your tires? The factory installed Geolandars are garbage. A broken radial belt in one of your front tires could be the culprit. A free, but labor intensive test is to raise one side of the car with 2 jacks, swap front and rear tires, then do the other side. See if the vibration and nois move to the back. If it does, then the problem is with the tire. Sometimes you can feel around the outer circumference of the tire and locate the bulge where the broken belt is. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 22, 2010
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I will assume it is a 6 cylinder. The book time on a 6 cylinder is 17.8 hours for AWD and 16.5 hours for FWD. When the labor time is so long that means the intake manifold has to come off. Depending on how much you know about cars it might be a good idea to buy a manual to tackle this job.
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