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post #1 of 17 Old 07-12-2013, 02:22 PM Thread Starter
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First Ford so if this is common let me know:

When I shift from Reverse into Drive every once in awhile I get a loud thud and a jerk almost like if you put the truck in drive while still going backwards. (Problem is I'm not moving the truck just jumps)

Thoughts?
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what truck/transmission, how many miles, is it lifted, etc...

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I've never experienced this with my truck, let us know if you have it diagnosed, what the problem was???

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Beats me what it is. Don't know how to recreate to get diagnosed.

It's almost like the line pressure is up.......

Not sure it's that bad but it could wear out a U joint

It happened once and I thought it was my fault but today it was definitely the truck
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How would you check for slack in the rear end?
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If I push the truck in park and off it will move a few inches

No noise though, seems normal
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How would you check for slack in the rear end?
That's a great question, hopefully someone is more knowledgable than myself on this subject?

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First Ford so if this is common let me know:

When I shift from Reverse into Drive every once in awhile I get a loud thud and a jerk almost like if you put the truck in drive while still going backwards. (Problem is I'm not moving the truck just jumps)

Thoughts?
Are u parked on a grade when this happens?



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