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Old 07-25-2007, 03:57 PM
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clicking noise comming from hub

i just bought a 2000 f350 crew cab long bed and there was some slop in the steering so i jacked it up and removed the tires and the driver side hub started clicking as a turned it. the passenger side was smooth when i turned it and made no noises i was thinking it might be a bad wheel bearing or something with the 4wheel drive
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Old 07-25-2007, 04:14 PM
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do you mean when you engaged the 4x4 hub or just when you turned the or turning the tire by had. turn teh front drive shaft and see if the front axle spins hubs might be frozen on one side and mine did that clicking sound to. i switched to warns cause the shift on teh fly sucks on fords.let us know
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Old 07-26-2007, 07:41 PM
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i ended up taking the hub lock off on the driver side that was making the noise and was clicking as i turned the the inner gear where the axle would of went, i than took the passenger side off and that didn't make any noises as all. i put it back together and went down the road to where it was all gravel and put it in 4 wheel drive on and stepped on the gas and the front tires grabbed so i don't know what that noise is.
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threre is a bearing inside of the wheel bearing assembly, they hae no way of getting grease, you may want to remove the unit bearing and check that. A new bearing is about 7 bucks and part number is b2110 (timken Bearing) many times that is the culprit.
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