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What would cause a rattling sound coming from a manual transmission in a 1999 dodge ram 1500?

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2006-06-17 23:50:52
2006-06-17 23:50:52

It may be your catalytic converter. Ours did the same thing with an automatic transmission. We sometimes thought it was the transmission, then we received a recall on the converter. Took it in to be replaced, and no more rattling.

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