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Old 06-05-2013, 06:38 PM
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popping noise in rear axle?

I have a 2000 ford f250, ever since I've bought the truck when you make a right turn there is a popping,chatter noise it sounds like from the rear axle. I drained and cleaned the gears NO metal shavings or chunks. Put fresh oil and friction modifier in and it still does it. I'm running out of ideas it could be. It needs shocks could it be that? HELP!!!!
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Old 06-09-2013, 06:27 PM
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Anyone got anything????

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is the LS unit going bad and locking up when you turn?
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Is there a way to check it??
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I would expect the LS to behave the same on a right or left turn if done at the same radius

I mention the radius since left turns in real world driving are usually much wider of a turn

post back on that and you could try some more additive
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So add more friction modifier. Is there nothing else I can do

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Alright guys I put more additive in it. Still pops. The two things I think it is is driver side 4x4 shaft is locked up won't budge at all. Then the sway bar bushing sound like they need to be replaced. But it still sounds like the rear end. Can it be e brake leaf springa shocks anything. HELP!!!!

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Check your away bar bushings!

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Old 06-19-2013, 01:31 PM
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Both front and rear??? Will they cause that popping

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