Question about 2004 Ford Explorer
If your lucky, its just a u-joint going out.
try replacing the u-joint which connects the driveshaft to the rear end(differrential), and if that does not solve it, then have your differrential checked out (a bad differential usually wont get all the power to the wheels that its supposed to) or just have it replaced, possibly with a junked differrential form a wrecked vehicle with low miles.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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