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i have an 02 and ther is a squeak behind the dash and i dont know where its comin from. it sounds like a rubber bushing that is dry or something. maybe its in the engine compartment.. idk. its when i go over bumps it sound like something is shaking the bushing or something. is this common? what is is and is there a fix?
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Brad
 

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All I can say is tighten everything up that you can get you hands on.

Or...

Pull the dash out and double check all the mounting. These are about you only 2 options you got...
 

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My 01 does the same thing. Always has I have tried to tighten things but have not found it yet. Mine sounds more like it is on the outside of the cab but because I have not found it yet I do no know
 

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Try putting some light pressure on the gear shifter when you go over the bumps (assuming you have an auto). If it stops, I may be the shift linkage. I had a similar problem and it turned out to be a plastic bushing on the linkage under the truck. I rubbed a little grease on there and haven't had a problem since. Good Luck
 

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Ok I will try that thanks
 

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if you have any cracks on your dash it they will squeek against eachother and the sound can appear to be coming from anywhere..but the shift linkage was the other squeek i had...very easy fix if thats what it is
 

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hmm okay thanks. ive been listening closer and it almost sounds like the motor mounts are making the noise... maybe it's the linkage, ill check that out
 
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