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If the rattle can be heard while stopped and engine running then have someone looking for you try finding the source or engine not running then I would go to the side of the car and try bouncing/moving the car up and down. This may give you an idea as to where and or what is causing the rattle.
i dont think so bro, ive got an xf ute and im certain ea's run a strut type suspension and the utes have non struts. if your keen tho look at pps (ppr one of them, google it) strut conversions, expensive but worth it if its gonna be a flash ute.
first set motor to top dead center cyl 1 thei insert distrib to first plug point remember it is rare you wont need to ajust distrib just make sure you are tdc and not on an intake or exhaust stroke as every cylinder has 3 strokes
2 compression and fire
so make sure you are on compression stroke cyl 1
insert distrib to first cyl point and snug it down just remember you will likely have to ajust it
have had a few of these in with carb faults but were 2 barrel type.basic checks first,is pcv valve hose under carb not split(runs to valve cover or oil cap on this model?).try driving without airfilter element for test,have had one in that looked clean but had a fine mist of oil on it that blocked and caused air starve and stall on power.Did both problems start at same time? or maybe you are chasing 2 probs.being a ute.I have had probs with rusting petrol tanks and blocked fuel filters