They could probably locate the problem at idle with no weight on the suspension if drive line related.
Didn't think too much of it, until yesterday when I was pulling right into the ramp for the parking lot for work on a short little sidewalk ramp it clunked again. Login with Google.
At 460 miles, I too started to experience the same noises you folks are describing at low speed braking. GuruV3K4X answered 3 months ago. Travelnmomma, you'll be alright to drive.
Chad answered 2 months ago.
It is either on the right or left side under the hood directly up against the firewall. My front right went bad and the whole rim broke off. Any experience with such issues with Lexus LS460??
I will update if I can figure out how to routinely replicate it. Posting Quick Reply - Please Wait. It can be heard away from truck to, which I thought maybe could only be heard inside cab. Chris answered 8 months ago.
Carol Brooke says 6 months ago. Start a new Ford F-150 question.
It is a very cheap fix if you can narrow down where the leak is coming from. The bearings carry the load when a vehicle shifts its weight during a turn. Saved searches Saved listings Financing Inbox Sign in.
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