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Check which wheels you have against what you should have . Some holes in the wheel are tapered and will require a nut with a tapered face. Others are parallel and require a straight nut with a flat washer. Check that the holes in the wheel are not worn out of shape. If in doubt take it to a tyre shop and have them look at it as they have a range of nuts that will do the job or explain why the wheel cannot be repaired.
Posted on Dec 29, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check sway bar. On some models as suspension sags, sway bar outer ends will contact the body, leaving a mark or dent just above the end, causing a bang over bumps. Only way to correct this is to change springs or add a spring lift.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
If I remember right, the tensioner has a preset spring in it. You cant tighten it yourself the old fashion way. You'll need a new tensioner. When you put it in, use a torque bar with a 1/4" square end and torque on the spring until the belt slides over the pulley.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
You need a wheel bearing....don't drive it. Tow it to a dealer.! Ford wheel bearings are cheaper than aftermarket.
250-300 dollar fix.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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