Question about 2000 Ford Ranger SuperCab
There's a bunch of rubber to metal connections under your truck. Suspension parts, body mounts, sway bars, etc. See if you can find rubber lubricant in a spray. In the good old days, mechanics would do that for you when you got a lube job. Speaking of lube jobs, your truck does have ball joints. If it doesn't have lube fittings, see if you can get some put in. After nine years, your ball joints could be worn out, too. If you get new ones, try to get ones with lube fitttings.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
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