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Ok you know when you switch from outside air to cabin air the ac usually blows 10x harder.. We'l mine is not. Any ideas?

Also anyone here with a lowered truck, I have a 3/6 and when i put it in Reverse and punch the gas it sounds like a big boom hits my truck, then when i put it in Drive and punch it sounds like it slams the other way.. EVerything is tight and pinion angle seems to look decent..
 

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For the slam, check your tranny mount. I had a camaro once that did the same thing. Come to find out the tranny mount was busted & the torque would lift it up just a hair then it would slam back down.
 

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Ok you know when you switch from outside air to cabin air the ac usually blows 10x harder.. We'l mine is not. Any ideas?

Also anyone here with a lowered truck, I have a 3/6 and when i put it in Reverse and punch the gas it sounds like a big boom hits my truck, then when i put it in Drive and punch it sounds like it slams the other way.. EVerything is tight and pinion angle seems to look decent..
That may be the sound of you hitting the cars in back and front of you as you "punch the gas".
 

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ummm its a 01. and i don't run into cars i just like to get above 5k rpms unlike most drivers.. Saving gas kills your engine, SO much carbon build up happens from staying at 1-3k rpms..
 

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Ok you know when you switch from outside air to cabin air the ac usually blows 10x harder.. We'l mine is not. Any ideas?

Also anyone here with a lowered truck, I have a 3/6 and when i put it in Reverse and punch the gas it sounds like a big boom hits my truck, then when i put it in Drive and punch it sounds like it slams the other way.. EVerything is tight and pinion angle seems to look decent..


If your mount checks out..check the tranny fluid level.....
 

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the clank noise is from the drive shaft where it enters the transmission. you need to go to GM and get grease for it and pack it in there.
 

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tried the cabin air filter, Didn't solve problem, And the filters weren't dirty at all but I went ahead and changed them anys. Found out what the noise is, when the guy who did my exhaust put the muffler too close to the driveshaft(got exhaust when it was factory) every time i put it in gear it hits the exhaust, going get that taken care of soon.

Any other ideas about the recirculation problem?
 
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