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Old 11-15-2011, 02:37 AM
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When my 2011 ram sits all night and I start it in the morning it will knock for a few seconds. The guys at dodge say all hemi engines knock. Its normal. True??
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Is it normal? Not imo, but yes they all do it... More than one thread about people complaining of it, my '07 and '10 both did it.. Never could get used to it.. Now my '11 does itbut that IS a normal sound for an oil burner
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