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Slip-Yoke bump is back after TSB repair what next?

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Old 03-08-2013, 03:46 PM
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I just bought my 2010 F150 used and had the same problem..they put the teflon grease in a fix kit Ford now has to address this problem. No thunks so far after a week..we'll see.
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Old 10-16-2013, 11:20 PM
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pull out rear portion of two piece drive shaft / cut a piece of 3/4 inch heater hose
so it will fit sideways into female front shaft / grease front shaft female spline and rear shaft male splines with MOTORCRAFT PTFE LUBRICANT (XG-8-A) FYI It is blue /
Very Important! Before you pull rear shaft out mark front and rear shaft so it will be reinstalled in same exact position / if it is not exactly the same will vibrate or cause damage / I used yellow paint indicating opposing arrows
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Old 04-02-2015, 11:10 AM
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Originally Posted by fittyford View Post

The ford TSB repair using blue grease XG-8 did not last for me 2010 f150 extended cab two piece drive shaft.I give up on Ford.I used MERCURY MARINE GREASE with TEFLON (2-4-c ) part nbr 92-802863A .It worked for me.I pulled the rear drive shaft and packed the female slip yoke completely full with marine grease (front drive shaft) then coated male spline with grease (rear drive shaft).I then forced the rear shaft into the female slip yoke result grease flowing out but filling every nook and cranny.You will need a ford cv boot clamp $8.50 and CV boot clamp pliers $9.00 most auto parts stores.It worked for me,no more thump!I cleaned male and female spline with brake clean (no grease residue/must be perfectly clean).Be sure to let dry 10-15minutes to ensure completely dry so grease can adhere properly.This fix calmed my nerves down,and I am once again happy with the best truck made "FORD 150"
The cv boot clamp, is this only for those with two drive shafts and a carrier bearing? Buying the kit to do mine, but I have the single shaft (short box) and I dont currently have a cv boot clamp... Anyone know if the single shaft needs the clamp?
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