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#4 of 23 Re: Ticking Noise [paco42754]
Dec 07, 2008 (1:13 pm)
EXHAUST manafold is rusted might have a leak.its common on this truck
#5 of 23 Ford F150 whistle noise
Dec 07, 2008 (1:18 pm)
I get a whistle noise when i am between 35 and 45 mph it gets noisy.. sounds like a dry bearing.or Idler pulley that sticks..Just had all brakes done.Replace a rear axle bearing..too.when i go to idle it goes away and gets worse the longer i drive it.
#6 of 23 shudder from rear end
Dec 17, 2008 (7:20 pm)
When accelerating from a stop at a moderate pace I get a shudder out of the rear end like it's not getting enough power. I can creep out of a stop, and jump on it without it doing it. '08 f150 4X4 bought new in 9-08 now have almost 6000 miles. Started about a month ago. It almost like the off road tires are gripping and slipping, but it feels deeper in the rear end.
#7 of 23 whistling noise
Jan 28, 2009 (2:54 am)
i have an 05 F-150 5.4 i had it in the shop and they could here it but could not figure out what and where it was coming from. mine usually starts the annoying whistle any wheres from 40-60 mph.
how can i get rid of this before it drives me insane!
any info would greatly be appreciated
#8 of 23 2004 ford f-150
Mar 28, 2009 (5:03 pm)
i have a 2004 f-150 with 55,000 miles i have a slight ticking sound coming from the engine ....something to do with the timing chain????.... its the loudest when you lay under it and listen....ehaust manifold????? can any one help??
#9 of 23 Re: 1999 Ford F-150: slight squeal and clanking noise on passenger side rear [acorym]
Apr 18, 2009 (2:13 pm)
Hi, did you ever find out the results to your sounds in the rear wheels? I have a 1999 F-150 Flareside Supercab 4x2 Lariat with 4-Wheel Disk Brakes. At 102,000 miles, my truck is doing the same thing?
#10 of 23 2003 Ford F150 "bump" problem
Dec 26, 2009 (5:23 pm)
#11 of 23 2003 Ford F150 "bump" problem
Dec 26, 2009 (5:23 pm)
Hey, I have a 03 F150 with the 4.2 V6, 5sp manual trans. It has 63k miles on it. I dont know if it has the limited slip diff in it. This is what it started doing. If you are coasting up hill and you hit the gas, sometimes it will "bump" or "jolt", similar feeling as if someone lightly bumped you in the rear end. It does not do it all the time, mainly if your coasting uphill, hit the gas and the engine is under a load, almost at the point where you need to shift up a gear. It does not do it at higher RPMs. It does not do it on the interstate. I recently had the oil changed and they added oil to the rear end. Any ideas of what to check. I also filled up the tank, bad/watery gas? Thanks for your help.
#12 of 23 Re: 2003 Ford F150 "bump" problem [craftsman82]
Jan 22, 2010 (7:37 am)
Yeah having the same prob mines auto tho. would like to know whats up
#13 of 23 Re: 2003 Ford F150 "bump" problem [matt2448]
Jan 23, 2010 (2:42 am)
Lubricate slip yoke coming out of transmission. be sure to use ford special grease for this around 30 dollars a tube same answer for craftsman82 another symptom if coming to stop right before stopping it fills like someone lightly bumped you from behind.