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Old 01-04-2018, 01:19 PM   #1
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question for the pro's Carrier Bearing

on 2015 Mega Cab does my truck have a Carrier Bearing?

the reason why I am asking, I am getting a gas ping sound only when I have the truck in drive around 1700 RMP.
when in Neutral or Park I don't have the sound.
I am thinking maybe its normal or carrier bearing or EGR something.

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Its very easy to find out. Look under it. If you see one it has it. If it has one, grab the driveshaft. It should only have a very small amount of movement and the rubber should look like it's in good shape.
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