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Fluttering noise in the drive system terminated by klunk.

Recently purchased a low mileage 2007 F150 4WD. When it is in forward motion, usually soon after starting the day, the noise described above often occurs. Forward motion is not diminished, and after the klunk it drives okay, although on some occasions the phenomenon was repeated several times in succession. After driving awhile, it seems to cease, and might go several days without noise. Dealer hasn't solved the problem. Could it be in the brakes? The drive chain? 4WD trying to engage? Want to solve this while still in warranty.

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Sounds like the brake pads are sticking or the calipers. i would have them checked and have the calipers greased.

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