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Snap crackle pop goes the tranny

I've noticed whenever I shut off my truck the E40D makes a snapping crackling sound around the pan that lasts for a minute or so. Sounds like like an electrical short or something. I have not noticed any changes in the performance. Anyone have an idea? My guess would be the solenoids going spastic but I don't know what would cause that.

96 F350 4x4 XLT 7.3 76,472 orig miles, Stage I's, Adrenaline, IDM, EBPV, Tymar intake, Banks intercooler, downpipe, gauges, TW 6 position chip, John Wood Towmaster, 1.0 turbo, WW II, Electric fuel conversion, RSK, OH console, Durn cat done run off an I can't find it.
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Re: Snap crackle pop goes the tranny

Could be a piece of sheet metal cooling off from over heating.

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Re: Snap crackle pop goes the tranny

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Could be a piece of sheet metal cooling off from over heating.
This happens if I only run the truck for a couple minutes and shut it off. It's definitely coming from inside near the pan.

96 F350 4x4 XLT 7.3 76,472 orig miles, Stage I's, Adrenaline, IDM, EBPV, Tymar intake, Banks intercooler, downpipe, gauges, TW 6 position chip, John Wood Towmaster, 1.0 turbo, WW II, Electric fuel conversion, RSK, OH console, Durn cat done run off an I can't find it.
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