Question about 2004 Ford Expedition
Maybe you can help me...when I am decelerating around curve and then start accelerating, I have this clunk in the engine. I was told that the drive shaft needed to be lubed but this was done in past and did not help. Any ideas?
Ya know it sounds like one of the U-Jonts in the front drive line to the front wheels has failed or even one of the driveline U- joints is either Dry and lost its bearings and is worn out,
One of the easiest ways to make sure its not the engine is while driving down a hill put the car in neutral, turn off the engine coast down a small hill and turn to either direction and see if you still hear it , if you still hear it its gonna be somewhere in the drive lines, becareful you will not have power steering or power brakes with the engine off, but you can restart the engine inn neutral at any time . Please let me know.
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