Hello Roverites, A couple days ago I posted about DTCs related to low fuel pressure (P008A, P064C and P025D iirc). The truck had no other symptoms of low fuel pressure, just the check engine MIL and the DTCs I scanned. The next day the MIL was off, and and truck continues to run normally. Here's where I need a second opinion: Occasionally, at low speeds when I get on the throttle (such as pulling away from a stop, especially around a corner, or climbing hills off road) I hear a vibration from the front passenger side, behind the dash, or in the passenger footwell. To me it sounded like a loose piece of trim or something vibrating somewhere, but now I'm wondering if the HP fuel pumps could be making the noise. I haven't been able to record the noise because it's intermittent: happening when the engine is warm or cold, and not every time I accelerate slowly. I'll try to record the sound and post it here in an update. For now, has anyone seen any videos on YouTube or anywhere that demonstrates the sound of wonky HP fuel pumps on a 3.0 SCV6? If so, I could compare the noises and get a better idea of what I'm hearing. Gracias.