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Rear wheel axel Ford F150 2002 how do I dismantel it to check if it is a bearing, making a clunk sond , parked as it has gotten, worse. I have very little money and I would like to fix it myself.

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  • gobnygo Nov 27, 2008

    sometimes (not always), when coasting (no brakes or gas), i here a heavy thump noise as if the tire has a stone but, the thump is heavy enough to know it is not.
    it's also difficult to determine exactly where it is coming from. it seems to be the middle of cab (almost like a skip thump).
    i hope you can help me

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Check for a propshaft UJ worn first vehicle up in air wheel free then grasp front and rear of each joint in turn and give it twist ,iam pretty sure this has gone and not the pinnion/crownwheel.

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