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Old 10-25-2020, 08:52 PM   #1
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2019 Ford V10 Exhaust Rattle

Just noticed today that my 2019 Tiffin 36LA Has a rattle in the exhaust underneath the RV at exactly 1800 RPMís, not less or more. Seems to be the vibration sweet spot. Sounds like itís coming from somewhere near the catalytic converter. Anyone have this problem? Any suggestions on what I can tighten? It sounds like it might be a heat shield that is rattling, but I cannot find where I would tighten anything.

FYI. Pinpointed it closely and sound does not come from exhaust manifold. Itís around where the heat shields are near the Y and catalytic converter.
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Old 10-25-2020, 09:08 PM   #2
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It could be the converter itself. They have been known to break inside. If you can replicate the conditions sitting still, you could push on the heat shields and see if you can stop the rattle that way. Then you could see how to fix it.
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