Results 1 to 6 of 6

Thread: Sqeaky new noise

  1. #1

    Array
    Status
    Offline
    Join Date
    02-22-2012
    Posts
    24
    Location

    inman sc
    Vehicle

    1993 Mitsubishi Mighty Max
    Engine

    Please Select Your Engine Type

    Sqeaky new noise

    Hello everyone I wanted to get some opinions I have developed a terrible squeak/ grinding sound I think I have it somewhere around the transmission tail and drive shaft. It's more noticeable at slower speeds when the clutch is engaged and I'm slowing down. Any ideas before I start tearing into everything? Thanks for any help!

  2. #2


    Array
    Status
    Offline
    Join Date
    04-02-2011
    Posts
    195
    Location

    Chesterton, IN
    Vehicle

    1991 Mitsubishi Mighty Max
    Engine

    4G64
    u joints maybe... get under the truck and move the shaft side to side to see if there is any play.

  3. #3



    Array
    Status
    Offline
    Join Date
    03-16-2011
    Posts
    3,614
    Location

    Sacramento, CA
    Vehicle

    1979 Dodge D-50
    Engine

    Chevy V6
    It's the U joints. grease them.. Or there is a peace of rubber from the center support bearing on the drive line rubbing. They need to be replace every once in a while.
    Members come and members go, But the board keeps track of them.
    Check out the Fear Monger by
    clicking HERE.

    The MightyRam50 site is sponsored in part by On Site Concrete Inc.

  4. #4



    Array
    Status
    Offline
    Join Date
    03-20-2011
    Posts
    4,115
    Location

    Pittsburgh, PA
    Vehicle

    1980 Dodge D-50
    Engine

    G54B
    Don't forget to check the carrier bearing - its inside of the the support for the driveshaft. They will squeak if they need grease; you will have to separate the 2 halves of the driveshaft to grease the bearing.
    Pennyman1
    The best Dodge that Dodge never made
    Living the D-50 lifestyle since 1980

  5. #5

    Array
    Status
    Offline
    Join Date
    02-22-2012
    Posts
    24
    Location

    inman sc
    Vehicle

    1993 Mitsubishi Mighty Max
    Engine

    Please Select Your Engine Type
    I pulled the drive shaft today as I tried to shake or move the drive shaft I didn't get any play but figured it wouldn't hurt to go ahead and replace them. I also decided to check compression because I suspected an issue with #3 cylinder. This was my readings on a cold engine 1-4 - 140 170 25 140.. the engine has 213k and to be honest I expected much worse aside from #3. Also wanted to add that after running the truck I turn it off and can hear a bubbling sound... So thinkin its the head gasket but its not running hot temp stays constant in the middle of the gauge. Any advise on where to begin? Thanks oh and that carrier bearing....didn't see one....does the 93 come with one?

  6. #6



    Array
    Status
    Offline
    Join Date
    03-16-2011
    Posts
    3,614
    Location

    Sacramento, CA
    Vehicle

    1979 Dodge D-50
    Engine

    Chevy V6
    With 25 PSI in #3 it's time to pull the engine. She is due for the rebuild. Hopefully you can save the block. So you put on 11+ thousand miles a year for the last 19 years, not to shabby man...
    Members come and members go, But the board keeps track of them.
    Check out the Fear Monger by
    clicking HERE.

    The MightyRam50 site is sponsored in part by On Site Concrete Inc.

Bookmarks

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •