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Old 05-15-2011, 10:12 PM
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11-5-7 - RAPTOR - DRIVELINE CLUNK OR CHIRP/SLIP/BUMP ON ACCEL OR STOP - BUILT ON OR BEFORE 03/12/2011
ACTION: Install the updated driveshaft assembly.

Does (or did) this apply to 2009 F150's? I get a slight slip/bump when decellerating and stopping. Also, could this cause a problem down the road that I'd have to pay for? It's a real PITA to take my vehicle to the dealer.
Nope. This TSB is specifically 2011 Raptors built before 3/12. It could be this TSB however.

TSB 10-22-6

This article supersedes TSB 09-25-5 to update the Service Procedure.

ISSUE:

Some 2009-2010 F-150 vehicles equipped with a 2-piece driveshaft only and built on or before 12/1/2009 may exhibit a rear driveshaft slip/bump concern on light to moderate acceleration from a stop or when coming to a stop with light braking.

ACTION:

Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition.

SERVICE PROCEDURE


It is not necessary to remove the entire driveshaft from the vehicle for this repair.
  1. Mark the rear driveshaft flange and differential pinion flange.
  2. Mark the center slip yoke barrel across the boot and the clamp crimp heads to the rear shaft spline stud shoulder. (Figure 1)

    Click the image to open in full size.
    Figure 1 - Article 10-22-6
  3. Remove the clamps from the center slip yoke and discard.
  4. Remove the rear axle to driveshaft flange fasteners and remove the rear portion of the driveshaft only.
  5. Remove the boot.
  6. With a clean towel thoroughly clean old grease from the splines on the slip yoke only. Do not use solvent.
  7. On 4X4 vehicles only, using hand tools, loosen the center bearing bolts and slide the center bearing fully rearward in the slotted holes.
  8. Torque fasteners to 35 lb-ft (48 N-m). Refer to WSM, Section 205-01 for detail.
  9. Apply an even coat of Motorcraft® PTFE Lubricant to the internal splines of the yoke only. Amount of lubricant applied to the yoke should be 1/2 of the tube contents. (Figure 2)

    Click the image to open in full size.
    Figure 2 - Article 10-22-6
  10. Position boot and clamps over the spline portion of the driveshaft. Do not crimp the clamp at this time.
  11. Install the rear portion of the driveshaft into the center slip yoke.
  12. Fasten driveshaft flange to the rear axle using the previous alignment marks for reference. Refer to WSM, Section 205-01 for detail.
  13. Position the clamp heads in-line with the alignment mark on the slip yoke and stud spline shoulder to minimize any balance shift.
  14. Crimp clamps using service tool ESST 205-343. Other driveline noise conditions will not be corrected with this procedure. Refer to appropriate WSM for diagnosis and repair for engagement clunk, hesitation during light throttle 1-2 upshift, harsh downshift while coasting 15 MPH (24 Km/h) and, shudder/vibration on moderate to hard acceleration. See other applicable Technical Service Bulletins for details.


PART NUMBER PART NAME
XG-8 Motorcraft® PTFE Lubricant
9L3Z-4421-A Spline Boot
9L3Z-3B478-A Clamp (2 Req.)
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For the Ford Techs...
How are the OASIS TSB's disseminated? At another mfg that I'm familiar with the TSB's are given to Tech's, Service Mgr's, Service Advisors, Warr Mgr's, & Parts Mgr's (sometimes GM's) when issued. Is it the same @ Ford?
I get different answers from different dealerships...
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Good info. Thanks for posting.
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Nope. This TSB is specifically 2011 Raptors built before 3/12. It could be this TSB however.

TSB 10-22-6

This article supersedes TSB 09-25-5 to update the Service Procedure.

ISSUE:

Some 2009-2010 F-150 vehicles equipped with a 2-piece driveshaft only and built on or before 12/1/2009 may exhibit a rear driveshaft slip/bump concern on light to moderate acceleration from a stop or when coming to a stop with light braking.

ACTION:

Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition.

SERVICE PROCEDURE


It is not necessary to remove the entire driveshaft from the vehicle for this repair.
  1. Mark the rear driveshaft flange and differential pinion flange.
  2. Mark the center slip yoke barrel across the boot and the clamp crimp heads to the rear shaft spline stud shoulder. (Figure 1)

    Click the image to open in full size.
    Figure 1 - Article 10-22-6
  3. Remove the clamps from the center slip yoke and discard.
  4. Remove the rear axle to driveshaft flange fasteners and remove the rear portion of the driveshaft only.
  5. Remove the boot.
  6. With a clean towel thoroughly clean old grease from the splines on the slip yoke only. Do not use solvent.
  7. On 4X4 vehicles only, using hand tools, loosen the center bearing bolts and slide the center bearing fully rearward in the slotted holes.
  8. Torque fasteners to 35 lb-ft (48 N-m). Refer to WSM, Section 205-01 for detail.
  9. Apply an even coat of Motorcraft® PTFE Lubricant to the internal splines of the yoke only. Amount of lubricant applied to the yoke should be 1/2 of the tube contents. (Figure 2)

    Click the image to open in full size.
    Figure 2 - Article 10-22-6
  10. Position boot and clamps over the spline portion of the driveshaft. Do not crimp the clamp at this time.
  11. Install the rear portion of the driveshaft into the center slip yoke.
  12. Fasten driveshaft flange to the rear axle using the previous alignment marks for reference. Refer to WSM, Section 205-01 for detail.
  13. Position the clamp heads in-line with the alignment mark on the slip yoke and stud spline shoulder to minimize any balance shift.
  14. Crimp clamps using service tool ESST 205-343. Other driveline noise conditions will not be corrected with this procedure. Refer to appropriate WSM for diagnosis and repair for engagement clunk, hesitation during light throttle 1-2 upshift, harsh downshift while coasting 15 MPH (24 Km/h) and, shudder/vibration on moderate to hard acceleration. See other applicable Technical Service Bulletins for details.


PART NUMBER PART NAME
XG-8 Motorcraft® PTFE Lubricant
9L3Z-4421-A Spline Boot
9L3Z-3B478-A Clamp (2 Req.)
Had the same prob on my 09. Dealer did this procedure and fixed it.
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For the Ford Techs...
How are the OASIS TSB's disseminated? At another mfg that I'm familiar with the TSB's are given to Tech's, Service Mgr's, Service Advisors, Warr Mgr's, & Parts Mgr's (sometimes GM's) when issued. Is it the same @ Ford?
I get different answers from different dealerships...
Thanks!
The TSB's are usually initially put out in what we call "Broadcast Messages." These are just like news flashes that are put out weekly and include new TSB's, special service messages, etc. Technicians can view these when they log in to the Professional Technician Society website, which is our information hub through Ford.

After that, when working on a vehicle and a concern is verified, we can check "OASIS" which is Ford's Online Automotive Service Information System. We input the VIN and a condition code for the symptom, and Ford's system will filter all information regarding the vehicle and concern and display TSB's and allow access to wiring diagrams, workshop manual, etc.

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Help please

I sure appreciate all the info you guys have shared here.... I was wondering if anyone here has access to Oasis and if they could find out if my truck is part of a TSB I've found for the Drive-shaft clunk.

I'll explain.... I had this clunk begin about 6 months ago when I first take off from a stop and then again when I am slowing and almost completely stopped for a light or something... It has progressively gotten worse and now it is concerning me.

I took my truck to my selling dealer and they are telling me it is a normal clunk due to how steep of a first gear the tranny has. I find it hard to believe any vehicle should normally clunk or bang like mine does. I regularly tow a car hauler and my 36 foot Travel trailer so I surely don't need a drive-shaft failure.

I took it to another dealer and they told me I needed the drive shaft replaced at $800.

So my question to you guys is do one of you all have access to find out if my VIN falls under the TSB and if it does, will it fall under the power-train warranty? (I have 42,000 miles on it now)

Basically, I am tired of the run around here with dealers... We're taking a 3500 mile trip next month pulling our 11,000 lb travel trailer and I don't want any problems on the road so I would like to get this repaired asap.

Thank you.

The TSB I believe it falls under is TSB-11-5-7 but I'm not entirely sure....
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Is this a comprehensive list of 2011 F150 TSBs?
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