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Old 06-14-2012, 12:02 PM
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Left turn issue...

I have a 99 f250 with 163000 miles. I just had the u joint in the front replaced this spring and had some parts on the tie rods replaced. I am still getting a noise from the front of the truck when I make left hand turns. I kinda sounds like rumble strips or like the wheel is chattering across the pavement. I have had it in and they took everything apart and could not find anything wrong. Does anyone here have any ideas what it could be?

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Shaun
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read the post on "growl/vibration" sounds similiar and he had a u-joint issue, granted his was the rear drive shaft and if you have a 4x4 could be the axle u-joint. just something to look at.
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read the post on "growl/vibration" sounds similiar and he had a u-joint issue, granted his was the rear drive shaft and if you have a 4x4 could be the axle u-joint. just something to look at.
I took it in and that is what they thought it was. So they replaced the joints in the front. But I am still getting the noise.

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