Hello Everyone, I'm new to the forum. I purchased my 2020 Ram 1500 Long Horn with the hemi and E torque almost a year ago, love the interior of this truck. It was a replacement for my 2013 Ram which I loved. After a few hundred miles I had to take it into the dealer because of the radio / heater controls were not working. I was told by the dealership I would have to bring it in and the radio would have to be updated and reprogrammed. During this service I had commented that I had noticed a whirring noise that wasn't present when I purchased the truck. It was most noticeable around 750 rpm in any gear including park and neutral with no difference when driving or parked, and could best be described as whirring noise like the old Ford power steering pumps made, very noticable. The dealership diagnosed it as a failing E torque unit and after weeks of waiting on a part they replaced it, they also replaced the idler pulleys and the tensioner. Unfortunately this had no effect on the noise, the dealership suggested I wait and let it get worse so a proper diagnosis could be made. I drove it throughout the summer trying to ignore it. I did find some time to investigate where the noise was coming from, and discovered that most of the noise seemed to be generated inside the transmission. When I placed my hand on the transmission pan you could hear and feel a vibration which was consistent with what I heard inside the truck, the noise varies only with rpm. Now I was told by one dealership that this is "a characteristic of the vehicle" but am very familiar with the 8hp-70 transmission because I had a 2013 Ram with the same transmission It was a incredible transmission, very quiet not like this one. besides who would buy a truck that sounds like a garbage truck when Idling in drive. I was hoping that someone has experienced the same problem, and has some insight into how I should proceed to getting this fixed. I've had it into the dealership 6 times recently due to other electrical problems causing the check engine light to come on, and while they acknowledge the noise they don't seem to have a fix for it. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.