TECH TIP: FORD: VIBRATION OR THUMP FROM UNDER THE VEHICLE

TECH TIP: FORD: VIBRATION OR THUMP FROM UNDER THE VEHICLE

Some built on of before January 16, 2012, may have a vibration, thump or clunk noise coming from under the vehicle.

Models: 2009-2012 Ford F150
 
Issue: Some built on of before January 16, 2012, may have a vibration, thump or clunk noise coming from under the vehicle.
 
Solution: Inspect the rubber bonded joint of the driveshaft. Replace the joint and bearing. 
 
Courtesy of ALLDATA

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