Last time it happened to me it was my balljoints. You can detect this prior of changing by jacking the front and feeling for play with a up-to-down movement of the wheel. (when you are on the side of the truck, take one of the wheel in your hand having one hand on the higher protion of the wheel while having the other on the lower), then try moving the wheel like if you wanted to change the camber. If there is play there, then your balljoints are probably due..Nicky Lada wrote:2004 has a noticeable bump/click on every slght bump in the road, this only started six months ago.
I changed the inner sway bar bushings which were very worn, and if anything the noise got worse. Any idea what I should try next?
oopathySE what are strut pads? Could you possibly describe the part to me or show me a picture/diagram? I have been hearing noise after a strut & ball joint replacement and someone has mentioned something to me about strut bearings???? I'm just trying to figure out what part is making that noise.00pathySE wrote:have you had your front struts replaced before? I would almost gaurantee it has something to do with the strut pads. It's just noisy and isn't hurtng anything. You should get them replaced when you replace you front struts. Let me know if this helps.
I have the same problem with my 2000 pf. I should have replaced them when I replaced my front struts a couple of years ago, but they weren't making any noise yet, so I went the cheap route. Now they are noisy