Ford Explorer Repair Question
4 wheel drive issue
it sounds to like you may need to look at the cv joints up front,or possibly one of the front bearings. Jack the vehicle up in front and be sure to use jack stands!! Grab the front tire and see if there is play up and down in the bearing of the hub. make sure that the tire spins free even with the wheels turned. look at the outer cv boots to see if there is any tears or cracks. the front shaft shouldn't turn when in 2-wheel drive but the locking hubs may be hanging engaged?
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I did my own research and came up w/ a Technical Service Bulletin from Ford for upgraded clutch packs and new lubes and additives that are to be put in. The TSB was #06216 pretaining to *Limited Slip Axle chatter, shudder, binding sensation, or vibration during low speed turning maneuvers* Im pretty sure this is my problem. Thanks for the advice anyways.
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