Question about 1999 Ford F250 Regular Cab
Just recently purchased a 1999 Ford f-250 super duty with 200 k on it. The only problem this truck has is and incredible front end rumble noise while driving on a bumpy road. Similar to the noise a severely worn ball joint makes.The ball joints were replace as well as all the seals in the front end as well as the center link assembly. Still the same noise. I do notice the passenger side universal joint appears to be loose and is very close to the lower ball joint nut but the universal joint is not worn.There is not a lot of play in the front wheels when on a lift. I have read a comment on wheel bearings but my noise sounds more like a loose worn out part than a rusty groaning one.
This is going to sound craZy but i had the same problem . 5 different techs, still same problem. sounded like front end was coming through the floorboard. CHANGE ALL SWAY BAR BUSHINGS. QUIET AS A CHURCH MOUSE. GOOD LUCK
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
The problem with your truck is your knuckle bearings. I just replaced them on a friends truck and it sounds like the same problem. Just look on the inside of the front hub close to where the front axel attaches to the hub. If the seal is gone you will have a ring inside the hub on the axel shaft.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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