Question about 2004 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
What type of noise?
have you checked the fluid?
if its a grinding noise while driving it could be choppy tires carrier bearings or axle bearings.
if its a whine while accelerating or decelerating than it is pinion angle.
if you can safly get both rear tires off of the ground than start it and put it in gear, try to locate the exact location "center chunk or out far in axle tubes" make sure vehicle is secure and safe befor climbing underneath.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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