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Old 12-09-2011, 08:42 AM
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had the same problem only I had a moan sound from tranny from stop to about 3rd gear with light accelerator pressure applied. Changed tranny fluid & filter and added lubeguard supplement. All noise has been gone about a week now. I'll keep you posted.
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Shoot I haven't been on the forum in a while and so when I saw this I started to wonder. I tried to replicate it in mine and nothing happen. I have a 2011 Sport CC with a December 2010 build date. Coming on 10,800 miles and no noise with the step everyone has been mentioning. All I can hear is the rumble of the Magnaflow and the Airaid.
Whether you get the noise or not depends on how much backlash is in the turbine hub spline (inside your converter). Not all trucks are noisy. If your's is quiet - great! This is not a durability concern, so if all is quiet, enjoy your truck and don't worry....
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Well dropped my truck off again this morning for the TC problem. First trip they replaced the TC, and I still had some shudder in the MDS mode. They called me today and said that the TC is fixed and is not the problem. They said the shudder is coming for the exhaust when it kicks down into the MDS mode. They said dodge is working on a CPU fix, but it's not out yet.

^I've had my TC replaced and my MDS shudder is worse than ever. Truck vibrates so bad at 40-50mph and 1700rpm's that it is making stuff rattle in the truck. Definite helicopter sounds as well. I'm guessing not everyone is having this problem? I can't even drive the damn truck in "D" locally. Not just a noise but a pretty heavy vibration. Anyone have this addressed? Is there a fix or is this "vibrating as intended"?
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^I've had my TC replaced and my MDS shudder is worse than ever. Truck vibrates so bad at 40-50mph and 1700rpm's that it is making stuff rattle in the truck. Definite helicopter sounds as well. I'm guessing not everyone is having this problem? I can't even drive the damn truck in "D" locally. Not just a noise but a pretty heavy vibration. Anyone have this addressed? Is there a fix or is this "vibrating as intended"?


Yup, I started putting my in tow/haul mode all the time. It's doing it in tow mode now. I took it back last week to have it looked at. The service manger said it was due to my after market muffler. What a friggen joke!
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I have the same vibration issue. Will be taking it back to the dealer shortly.
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