Question about 2003 Ford F150 Regular Cab
Hello U need to get under the truck and look to see if everything is there? when u tried to put it in park the noise u heard must have been caused by the transmission free wheeling, there is no other explanation for this noise, this means the transmission has lost connection to the rear wheels or front or that matter, since u have 4 wheel drive. based on the discription i would say some thing has broken in the transmission or the transfer case that allows the trans to keep spinning, just make sure you haven't broken a drive shaft joint or other drive line problem, if no drive line problem is seen the trans or transfer case is the problem, this will need to be put up on a rack and checked more carefully, any trans shop should do the inspection for free other than a dealership.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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