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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are ride height sensors in the rear that send a signal to the ride height/load leveling control module, one of these ,may be defective. Have Ford dealer run an active test of the system, they will find out what the part is that has failed, otherwise you are guessing, that equals wasted $$$
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
if its noisy, something is bad wrong. lift it up and have one your kidsturn the steering wheel and look for anything loose. I would not have purchased any car that had been hacked like that. ck ball joints, ck for any loose bolts, ck everything you can see. dont drive it intil you find and repair what is wrong. without knowing what is wrong, i would say it coulld be dangerous.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
If you call your local dealer where the car is made and talk with the parts department they can tell you what stock is. Make sure you give them your vin. # when. You call
Posted on Jan 11, 2012
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