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98 ford windstar knocks when i hit a bump

Comming from front drivers side. its only when i hit a pretty good bump or go over a speed bump

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Check the ball joint, tie rods ( inner and outer ), sway bar end link and the strut for a broken spring or strut mount/bearing. It could also be something as simple as the battery being loose. I hope this was helpful for you.

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Posted on Feb 05, 2010

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Have your shocks check out it might be broken internally. or the mounting hardware is loose or worn out. and if you have anti-sway bars they could be loose or worn as well

Posted on Feb 05, 2010

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On Top of the Transmission. You can see the Black sensor just under the Air Breather Intake assembly in front of the driver side. It has an electrical wire connection and is bolted onto the tranny with (2)5/16" hex head bolts and (1)1/2" nut that holds the throttle arm to the sensor. Very easy to replace.

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