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Old 03-08-2002, 12:25 PM
moedip
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Up here in Cold Canada - we have found that at -30-40F you can get all sorts of things that go bump in the night. Could just have been a chunk of -33F rock hard ice by the driveshaft that softened enough to break off when the temps went up. My speedocable in my GM car makes a loud ticking sound you can hear over the radio at all speeds at -30F. It warms up to -15F and it is normal. Been doing this for 3 winters. At -30F my wife always complains of a loud clunking sound from the front suspension when she hits a bump. When it warms up it goes away - ICE! I wouldn't worry.
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