2000 Ford F-150 Repair Question
Can you help me with this? Thank you.
First start from the driveshaft back move it around to make sure the universals are ok. Then move to the rear end. Have the rear up off the ground on jack stands or a lift and with the shifter in neutral and engine not running turn one wheel then the other. If you hear a clanking or grinding sound the rear would have to be pulled. You may have a broken tooth. Also check the axle that is leaking making sure the bearing is good. That could also be the cause for the grinding sound.
2,685 answers provided