Question about 1999 Ford Expedition
When I stop somewhere and its slippery and hit the gas a little more than babeying it it makes a clunking noise. Truck has 114,000. Transmission fluid changed 20K ago. It dosen't do it when in 4wd.
That sounds like play in your rear end, it usually happens to all RWD vehicles at some point in their life, and also, check your U-joints, and tranny fluid. If low on fluid, your trans can slip causing a lag in shift.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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