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I can hear a ringing sound underneath the jeep while driving. it seems to stop when i give it gas. it sounds like its around clutch or driveshaft. it is a 4 banger with manual trans.

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Check your drive line, a universal joint thats going out can make a sorta ringing, pinging sound. Also check the collar there at the slip joint, if it has come unscrewed it to could make a ringing sound.

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Testimonial: "thank you for the info. i can grab the driveshaft and and it will move back and forth with a pinging sound.it seems to be in the u joint. "

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