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Deiveshaft/rear end clunk

Discussion in '2012 Ford SVT Raptor Forum (Reply Only)' started by Squatting Dog, Apr 3, 2012.

  1. BIGt0007

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    I have not driven an auto in some time so maybe I am just not use to it, but I notice particularly at low speed in 1st and 2nd a clunkiness and light throttle. Like when slowly moving in stop and go traffic. Sometimes the clunk happens even when not shifting gears but just lightly going on and off throttle like you would easing in stop and go traffic.

    Is this normal for this truck? It does not feel horrible but certainly not smooth.
     
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    Since you're concerned, hagak, it wouldn't hurt to have your dealer take it for a spin. If possible, join your tech on the test drive so you can show them what you're experiencing. What's the current mileage on your Raptor?

    Crystal
     
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    4200 miles
     
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    I have the same problem and i think it may be the baklash of the rear diff. Dealership says it sounds normal.
     
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    Everything is normal for the dealership...could be on fire and they would let you know it is standard on Fords
     
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    Did you ever find a solution for this issue?
     

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