What did you do to your Raptor today? (Gen2)

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A few days ago my warning chime started sounding through the ipc instead of the speakers. Did a little research on the forum here and found out it may be caused by a bad speaker. Did a little testing and sure as ****, the right rear speaker wasn't working at all. Youtubed how to remove the rear door panel and the speaker is open. 36,537 miles on it today. Had an appointment yesterday for a driveline noise and mentioned it to the tech that it started doing this but I told him not to worry about it. Drive line noise was diagnosed as a bad ring and pinion:mad:. Hard to brag about my Ford when this kinda **** is happening. This forum has been great for helpful information.:)
 

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A few days ago my warning chime started sounding through the ipc instead of the speakers. Did a little research on the forum here and found out it may be caused by a bad speaker. Did a little testing and sure as ****, the right rear speaker wasn't working at all. Youtubed how to remove the rear door panel and the speaker is open. 36,537 miles on it today. Had an appointment yesterday for a driveline noise and mentioned it to the tech that it started doing this but I told him not to worry about it. Drive line noise was diagnosed as a bad ring and pinion:mad:. Hard to brag about my Ford when this kinda **** is happening. This forum has been great for helpful information.:)
What kind of driveline noise?
 

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What kind of driveline noise?
Throttle sensitive noise that sounds like a dry bearing sort of. Only hear it under a load. No noise on decel or that neutral spot you can find with the throttle. I thought maybe it was coming from the transfer case cuz it doesn't sound like a typical rear-end noise to me. Not very loud either.
 

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Toyo Open Country AT3's and a new set of black Enkei RPT1's went on today. Initial impressions: really like the look and ride quality of these tires. They're D rated but still feel plenty cushy over **** Northern California roads. Much much much quieter than my 30k KO2's which we're becoming a constant ear ache. 20220811_151704.jpg

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Toyo Open Country AT3's and a new set of black Enkei RPT1's went on today. Initial impressions: really like the look and ride quality of these tires. They're D rated but still feel plenty cushy over **** Northern California roads. Much much much quieter than my 30k KO2's which we're becoming a constant ear ache.

Gorgeous looking setup!
 
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