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MY16 SRT8 High Frequency Steering wheel vibration and whistling sound HELP

Old 05-06-2017, 02:03 AM
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Hi, I have a brand new my16 srt8 and seem to be getting a very high frequency vibration as you go through the gears at around 2000-2500 rpm and turns into a bit of a whistle as well. Happening since new. . Anyone seen a service bulletin or know the cause of this?
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Hi, I have a brand new my16 srt8 and seem to be getting a very high frequency vibration as you go through the gears at around 2000-2500 rpm and turns into a bit of a whistle as well. Happening since new. . Anyone seen a service bulletin or know the cause of this?
Hi aripasax,

Sorry to hear about this! We'd recommend visiting your local dealership for further diagnosis, they would also be best able to identify any TSBs on your vehicle related to this concern!

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