Question about 2010 Ford F-150
Hi, I have an occasional rear grinding noise/vibration coming from my presumably my rear diff. it doesn't effect the driving. happens randomly (speed, length and frequency). The truck has done 110,000miles. any ideas?
You havwe worn gears in the differential. You will need to rebuild it.
Posted on Nov 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
CHECK YOUR UNIVERSAILS COULD BE WORN OR DRY U NEED TO PULL OUT THE SHAFT TO CHECK PROPLEY CHECK FOR STIFFNESS AND NOTCHEY MOVEMENT
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
SOURCE: ford super duty vibration/shake
The carrier bearing should not move at all. It is mounted in rubber to give a little. But, it should not move freely. If this is the case then something has gone bad. The carrier bearing would cause this vibration as it spins if it is loose.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
First remove right rear tire and wheel and inspect rear brakes and drum for any problems,like a worn out brake shoe or a broken return spring.Also check brake drum for heavy scoring.If all the above look good rotate hub assy. and feel for any rough spots as you are rotating it.If you feel any roughness replace rear hub assemly.Hope this will help you.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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