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Old 08-11-2007, 11:10 PM
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I own 04 lightning love the truck has a few minor problems was wondering if anyone else had had these. the seat the usual foam deteriating and wearing the cover . truck has 25k miles in the past month has devoloped a loud clunk on the driver side sounds like a ball joint doesnt matter wether the wheel is stright or turning at first i thought it was the brake pins but its not everything ok there. it only does it when you first get in or when it sits for a while.
Next not much of a problem but not sure if it will become one when you put gas in it it takes 5 min or so to register on the guage guage reads right when it gets settled in . has anyone had any of these problems was wondering i have about a month and a half left on warranty i really dont want the dealer to mess with anything i can fix
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Old 08-16-2007, 10:52 PM
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They sell clunk washers. It's your shock moving.

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