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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Depends on what year and engine you have. But if the noise is only occurring when the vehicle is in drive, or reverse, then I would consider asking a local transmission specialist take a look at it.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
SOURCE: front end noise
Hi Wild Bear
No 1....... Check your wheel nuts ! !!!!!!
Is the problem worse on full lock, one way ?
If so, it sounds like the drive shaft CV joint is shot.
Jack up the front, support car on axle stands.
Spin your front wheels, check the treads, and I should think, you will be able to tell the problem wheel.
Expect it might be in the brake caliper area, something loose and fouling the wheel or rim ?
Check for play too, in your front wheel bearings, by gripping the tyre, top and bottom and pulling, there should be no movement.
Give these things a try, and get back to me.
Good Luck !
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Posted on Feb 10, 2009
It could just be the heat shield around your exhaust expanding and contracting again when your engine cools down. Sounds like a tin can type of popping noise?? If it is that's the heat sheild from the engine that protect's the spark plug wire and around under the truck cabin. Good luck and hope you find where the noise is coming from.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
these are rwd no cv joints what kind of noise a pop. That will be a coil spring coming out of seat in a bind because of worn a frame bushings, Put a floor jack under lower control arm and clear the tire and shake and twist it around you should find the lose bushing or ball joint. Let me know ...gl..DC
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
If it happens only on turns then its the outer axle cv joint.. If it happens all the time probably something stuck in a tire. Either way have the suspension visually inspected by a technician as soon as possible.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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