Hello bruv,im in the philippines and have been trying to get parts for nearly 3 years.my complete front axle assembly from hub to hub was stolen while i was in england.can i fit the front 2 wheel drive hubs and rotors to my 4x4 as it would be the cheapest option if it worked ,thankyou **** harrison.
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Re: 1999 ford f150 lariat 4x4 front axle stolen
Sorry about your predictament bruv ,where you from london??? cos only us cockneys call one and other bruv like know what i mean.Anyway havent a clue about jam jar its a yanky **** thing but if you mean just using it as a rear wheel drive then iam sure you can get something to work.Do they have fish and chips or pie and mash with jellied eels in the philippines and is their the regulation paddys bar ,not forgetting the standard curry house,nothing like taking our colonials with us where ever we go like know what i mean .A decent ruby murray goes down well after a night down at the local paddys bar ,good punch up with the micks then all meet up in the curry house .Miss all this living in spain.
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Drive shaft joints? You need to run it on the lift and put a stethoscope on the housing near the axle bearings. They still may sound okey because they not loaded as on the ground. You could go for new u-joints and balance the drive shaft. Change the gear oil and additive if locking diff. Tape the rear tire diameter on both sides.
Take the hubs apart, inspect them, and clean them, especially the one that you heard a clunk, something might have broke in the automatic hub lock. Make sure everthing gets put back exactly the same, or you'll have more problems. If that doesn't work, then there is something wrong somewhere in the transfer case.
To check if the transfer case is locked in jack up the front wheels and turn them. if they turn freely it probably is the hub(s) The hub locks the front wheel to the axleshaft. I fitted mine with warn manual hubs due to reliability of auto hubs...
I had the same problem with mine. Everything seemed to be working meaning the actuators and switches but front wheels would not turn. I took it to a guy's shop I know and he drained the front differential' looked like there was water in the fluid maybe from condensation or something. It has been so cold where I live he thinks it was freezing the pin or fork inside. New fluid and it is working fine now.