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Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Pacifica, Ca
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I put this question up in steering and suspension but gonna put it in here too
Alright guys, so for the past 2-3 weeks or so, every time at full crank (right) and sometimes not even full crank, just when i turn while moving, my truck will make a pop noise. I first suspected that it was something catching a bolt and popping off, but under further investigation I found out that, while the bar (not sure which one it is, maybe trac?? I really don't know The first bar (closest) bar in the pics) IS rubbing the bolt (not that badly tho), but the popping noise is coming from the bar that the bolt is holding in (the second bar (furthest, right behind the first one)). I took some pics, but I have no clue which bar is what. I also noticed on the insides of my wheels that there was like a ring or something floating, on both wheels, and not sure what they are either or if they're suppose to be like that or pressed in. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE help me out. I need some vets to chime in and give me proper input. This is my daily driver so the sooner its fixed the better.
Heres some pics to help explain. The bar thats popping can b seen in the first 3 pics (kinda) but its the bar in the back. The pic of the bolt, the bolt is loose, and I'm not sure if it should be tightened or not, considering the washers on it are adjustable ones (do to shape). It also kind of shows you a little bit of the bar. The bar is question has an E on it. Thats my biggest and main concern considering every time I turn it pops. I cant feel it in the steering wheel, just hear it and feel it in the floor board with my foot. Someone please help me!!
Also the picture with the floating ring, whats up with that?? Thanks guys. I really need the help ASAP!!
2006 F250 Fummins with Allison Transmission
Fully loaded with all the goodies
Dreaming of: Injectors, Twin turbos, Dual cp3s, and all new custom tunes
Planning for: 2011+ front end conversion and American Force rims