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Sudden intermittent clunking in the front end

? Then you can drive from a stop and it wont happen for another 2 miles then same thing its becoming to happen more often and it got hung up on the axleSounds like you ran over a big can

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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

SOURCE: Grinding sound in the front end

I had this problem in my 2005 F-150 twice! The first time was covered under the warranty and the second time was out of my pocket! ( close to $500.00!) There is a solodoid u[pp on the firewall that gets water into it then it corrodes the lines and such. Ford dealership replaced 2 valve assemblies, 2 actuator assemblies, and the IWE Solonoid to fix mine. They claim the problem will not come back but that remains to be seen.

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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SOURCE: Intermitent loud clunk in front end while in four wheel drive

May be the locking hub. Do not drive this vehicle on dry pavement in four wheel drive.

Posted on Dec 26, 2008

aaangie220
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SOURCE: Clunking from front end in 2WD

ASE mechanic here:
check the king pins in the front end and the u joints for any kind of play. sounds like front end play while four wheel drive is engaged and stills is affected for a while when two wheel drive is activated. this year truck most definitely has a manual four wheel linkage that could be the problem too. try lubing up any moving linkage and i would shift it in neutral. keep me posted

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

chuck943
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SOURCE: front end clunk

The problem could be caused by the jounce bumper rubbing against a dry strut plate. Here is a pic of it.
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Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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