Q: Rattling sound/bells from under the vehicle heard 2016 ram1500 5.7L 15000 miles only heard between 20-40mph 2000rpm accelerating

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Recently got a oil change at the dealership 4days ago maybe 100-200 miles, now I'm noticing a noise that sounds like rattling/bells while accelerating sounds is really only heard between 20-40mph with Windows down, and around 2000 rpm. I tried to get the noise to happen while idle and while stationary with the break on and was unable to get it to make the sound. New truck oil changes have been only thing done and a leveling kit about 6-8 months ago. Truck is a 4x4 no dash lights or error messages and all the vehicle information for oil/coolant looks good.

My car has 15000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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