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Old 10-17-2010, 03:31 PM
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chirping/screaching noise coming from rear...

so i get in my truck today and it starts making a weird screaching noise in the rear end. i think its coming from right rear but im not sure... what does a u-joint and carrier bearing sound like when they go out..

Also there's a clunk when i come to a complete stop and when i start off... could this be related? somebody help...
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don't know about the 'clunk' and this may sound dumb, but check the bushings on your tailgate. i heard this noise forever before i found it. try grabbing your tailgate when it's closed and shake it back and forth and see if that's the noise. may or may not be, just my input.
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Old 12-20-2010, 06:26 PM
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hahaha my tailgate pivots squeak like crazy. i keep forgetting to ****ing lube them
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I'd vote u-joints. Have you gotten underneath and tried to shake or rotate the driveshaft by hand? Any movement in it?
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Hey hey I can answer this.....
Per Ford TSB clunk when taking off is normal.... Not kidding.
Have you ever replaced your carrier bearing?
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just got under the truck to investigate this problem cause it quit for a while then today it started back. looks like its the carrier bearing. i can move the driveshaft up and down at least 3/4". looks like i'll get to tackle that this weekend. thanks for the help you guys.
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Old 12-29-2010, 12:44 PM
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Hey Matt, do you have access to a press, cause you'll need it for carrier bearing.
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im gonna have to call around but i think i know some people with some.. you ever done this job before? how much of a p.i.t.a. is it?
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