Have a 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 crew cab 2wd, has tapping noise , it stops after truck warms up, dealer says it's the starter shield, but they can't seem to make it stop, any suggestions

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Asked by Nov 30, 2015 at 01:48 PM about the Chevrolet C/K 1500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Trying to fix while still under warranty

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Sounds are just about impossible to diagnose online. Have another mechanic put it up on a rack and listen to it. Get the problem documented in writing and the dealer/Chevy will have to fix it. Contact Chevy directly and complain to them.

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Have you ever heard of the starter shield being out of adjustment, and when it warms up a gasket expands and that's why the noise stops, or they just giving me a bs answer

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Heat shields can make noise. Can you get them to install a new one? This really can't be that big of a deal to them as Chevy should pay for the job.

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That's what I'm trying to do since this is the third in 2 weeks I've taken back but the shop manager says changing it wouldn't help, so I don't know ? If it doesn't get fixed this time, do as you said call Chevrolet directly myself, May get better results, thanks for your time and answers

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You can always call another Chevy dealer and talk to the service manager and explain the issue and get their take on it. Doing this helped me out of a major problem with my new Subaru.

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Last question, do you think it could be a high pressure seal pump

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