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small-list Digest Thu, 15 Jun 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 089

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Explorer driveline clunk
Re: Explorer driveline clunk

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From: "Strukel, Mike" westgroup.com>
Subject: Explorer driveline clunk
Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2000 06:54:23 -0500

My wife has a 98 Explorer Sport which now has 37,000 miles on. For about
the last 10,000 miles it has had a "clunk" in the rear driveline. The Clunk
is usually very pronounced. It happens when you come to a complete stop
when braking and sometimes when you accelerate from a stop. I had in at
the dealer a couple of times for this, and they told me that everything was
normal(Ya right). I have looked for the cause, but can't find it.
U-joints, rear sway bar, etc. look good.

Any ideas?

mjs
99 F250 SD V10
98 Explorer Sport
68 Bronco

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From: "Joe Merchak" eclipse.net>
Subject: Re: Explorer driveline clunk
Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2000 19:32:42 -0400

Sound like the same thing that's happening on the Rangers. There is a fix,
it is a flange on the drive shft the needs to be replaced. Mine did the
same thing until I got the flange replaced.

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Subject: [small-list] Explorer driveline clunk


My wife has a 98 Explorer Sport which now has 37,000 miles on. For about
the last 10,000 miles it has had a "clunk" in the rear driveline. The Clunk
is usually very pronounced. It happens when you come to a complete stop
when braking and sometimes when you accelerate from a stop. I had in at
the dealer a couple of times for this, and they told me that everything was
normal(Ya right). I have looked for the cause, but can't find it.
U-joints, rear sway bar, etc. look good.

Any ideas?

mjs
99 F250 SD V10
98 Explorer Sport
68 Bronco
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