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2002 ford ranger edge 4x4 5 speed 6.0 engine

I have a howl in the front area of the truck.it does it also coasting with the clutch in.the truck has 37000 miles

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  • Larry Lamb
    Larry Lamb Aug 15, 2008

    the truck has been stored months at a time and has been towed at least 20,000 miles

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I'd recommentd that you check your water pump. The bearings may have started deteriorating.

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