I've been dealing with an interior noise problem for a couple of months now.:headbang: The noise is coming from under the console, in the area of the cupholders/storage area. I took it to the closest Dodge dealership (it was NOT New Wilmington Motors) and they thought it was one of the rear shocks making noise, so they have a new set on backorder. Their diagnosis didn't settle well with me, so, I've since pulled the console out twice and have pinpointed the noise to under the driveshaft tunnel, where the two sections of driveshaft come together in sort of a u-joint. I crawled under the car and there appears to be a small amount of grease/oil splattered around the tunnel from the u-joint. I jacked the rear of the car up so that the rear tires were off the ground, started the car, and allowed the car to run just above idle in first gear. The car still made the noise, so it can't be the rear shocks. This car has 10K miles on it and, since they salted the roads last night, it is now tucked away for winter storage. Has anyone else had problems with this joint in the driveshaft making noise? If so, what does the dealership have to do to correct it? A complete new driveshaft unit and drop the exhaust, or just a new u-joint, or something else? Just curious how bad my baby's going to get butchered when he come's out of hybernation in March.