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Hello all,

I have a 2019 F250 crew short platinum 6.7.
At around 40,000 miles I started to feel a clunking feeling translating through the throttle pedal.
I now have 45,000 miles and still can not figure it out.
I feel it in the throttle pedal going over small bumps / cracks in the road surface / and gravel roads / driveways.
It almost seems worse when the outside temps are 85+ (I know silly right)
Things I have replaced.....
All steering components from steering gear out to the wheels.
Track bar.
Sway bar end links.
Steering shaft from gear box to the steering wheel including the new firewall boot / bearing.
New tires. Didn't think this was the problem but needed them anyway.
I have had it to Ford, as well as two other local shops and they all can feel what I am telling them but they have no ideas and dont want to track it down.
It makes my very nice truck feel like I am driving an old clunker, its driving me nuts.

If anyone has had this issue or has any ideas I would love to hear them.


Thanks
 
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