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NEW! Technical Info: 4th Generation: NON DRIVETRAIN Technical discussion of fourth generation (2007.5 and up) 6.7L equipped trucks. Post your non drivetrain questions, solutions and upgrades here. DO NOT post drivetrain discussions in this section! For trucks with the 5.9L engine use the appropriate 3rd gen forums.
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flamingmad SQUEAKING... Driving me Nuckin' Futs...

Ok guys,
So I had all that suspension work done and the truck drives awesome - better than new for sure. Here's my issue (now), the truck has developed what seems to be an interior squeak that when driving over bumps (and washboard) just drives me nuts. I've pulled everything from the cab except major items at this point and tightened them all down. I've had to pull my drivers door apart and repair that multiple times due to squeaking but this one seems to be under the dash. I've got to solve this one as it is driving me mental.
Yes, I drive a good amount of washboard everyday and the truck bounces around as a result (no issue) but the squeaking... oh boy...
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Don't know much about 4th gens, but Dodges are Dodges. A trick I learned over the centuries is to use a dab of RTV between parts. It helps to have someone with good hearing help narrow down the region of distress. The bad news is you may be taking the whole dashboard apart to fix it.
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Oh I know. I'm getting frustrated is all. If I have to take the entire dash apart, I will but it won't get done for a couple months at this rate.
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Suggestion, If you have to tear into it go all the way to the bottom and RTV your way back to the top and be done with it forever. Nothing more annoying than fixing one thing, then having to go back in to fix something else later.
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Fair enough... I've already placed all the body clips in the drivers door with bolts that have had lock tite applied and that does marvels. Do you think that RTV will cause issues if I have to get at something later on? Most of this stuff is plastic on plastic and body clips.
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No, RTV is just silicon by another name. You can pry it loose fairly easy.
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Turn the radio up or use ear plugs!
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