Question about 2000 Ford Focus
When driving my 01 ford focus the right wheel makes a bumping sound. i have had it in the shop several times and they can not seem to find any thing wrong the wheel does not move while in the air. some bumps in the road make it worse and some make no sound at all. some body has told me it may be the tie rod. what do i do next?
Ford has a technical service bulletin out on this vehicle that may help solve your problem. The number is 04-6-1.
Here is the info:
ISSUE: Some 2000-2004 Focus vehicles may exhibit a front end creaking, crunching, grinding and/or rattling noise from the front suspension while driving at slow speeds, over bumps, and/or while turning.
ACTION: Noise, vibration, harness (NVH) conditions may originate from many areas. A thorough inspection of the front suspension is necessary to determine the cause. To service, refer to the following Service Procedure and inspect the suggested areas first.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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