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Old 01-17-2014, 01:57 PM
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Hi.I'm new to site, thought this would be help information for myself and my truck
I recently purchased a Ford F150 Triton 5.4..just had the could and spark plugs changed.I'm hearing a clicking sound when I'm driving slow.it goes away after i speed up.I'm thinking it's cv joints, or maybe drive line bearing..also when I'm driving there is a slight vibration i can feel it on the stearing wheel.not slot just a little, when I'm at a stop.it seems to jump a bit..i notice my RPM gauge jump when it does, I'm taking it to fountain tire to get it checked out and fixed.

My truck had low km 91800 on it

If anyone can give me some advice on what to look for and what i should get fixed in the future.

Thanks
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Old 01-17-2014, 02:42 PM
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Hi.I'm new to site, thought this would be help information for myself and my truck
I recently purchased a Ford F150 Triton 5.4..just had the could and spark plugs changed.I'm hearing a clicking sound when I'm driving slow.it goes away after i speed up.I'm thinking it's cv joints, or maybe drive line bearing..also when I'm driving there is a slight vibration i can feel it on the stearing wheel.not slot just a little, when I'm at a stop.it seems to jump a bit..i notice my RPM gauge jump when it does, I'm taking it to fountain tire to get it checked out and fixed.

My truck had low km 91800 on it

If anyone can give me some advice on what to look for and what i should get fixed in the future.

Thanks
Is the check engine light on?
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