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Clunking noise when put into gear on ford f150

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SOURCE: Clunking and grinding noise

My 2003 F150 Supercrew would not engage in 4x4, it ended up being the shifting fork in the front end, cost me $200.

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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SOURCE: clunking noise from rear

do you have universal joints going into your rear end or do you have cv joints going into the rear end? this is important to know. With out actually being there to check it out, I would say you need to check the yoke, the universal or cv joint as it may be and if its not any one of those then its most likely going to be in the actual rear end. for this unless you have done this before or have some one to guide you you will need to take it in and have it serviced. The spider geers can be a lilte tricky, but is not what I would call a difficult job. If you send me more information I can give you more answers.

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Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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SOURCE: 1999 f150 2wd transmission clunk

You can usually tell by grabbing the driveshaft & turning it by hand back & forth & push up & down, side to side looking for play in the joint.

Posted on May 26, 2009

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SOURCE: I recently tried putting my 1998 Ford F150 into

I would start with checking the vacuum solenoids on the front axle, and the vac diaphragm.
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You can test the vac operation with a hand held vac ( like a mighty vac ) with the vac solenoids
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This is a case of you place the ESOF switch into 4H or 4L and the indicator does not illuminate on the cluster.
quite often, it is the mechanical operation that is failing, and the vac operation has cracked hoses on it, creating no vac to operate the diaphragm.

Posted on Nov 26, 2009

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I have a 1992 Ford F350.Just replaced the rear end. It still makes a clunking noise when I put it in reverse. What could it be


the "backlash" felt by reversing the drive shaft direction is normally the clearance in the spider gears in the diff so to get rid off that ( not necessary unless it is excessive) is to pull the diff center out and fit new thrust washers behind the spider gears
next check the diff mount bushes as the diff reaction will move the bolts in the mounts and make the noise

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My 85 f150 is making a clunking noise when driving down the road. Sounds like it's coming from the front. The clunk starts when you start moving and and the clunking increases the faster you move. No...


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When I put my car into Drive, the car makes a very loud clunk noise as its going into gear, it the original automatic 1993 ford tempo transmission, it also does the same thing going into reverse, not...


Your problem is very common.
you need to have your u-joints also known as universal joints. that is what the clunking noise you are hearing.

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My 2003 F150 Supercrew would not engage in 4x4, it ended up being the shifting fork in the front end, cost me $200.

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