Front end click

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  1. Amos7514

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    Hey I have a 2004 expy 5.4 4wd and it has a strange click or clunk when I apply the brake and doesn't do it all the time does anyone else have this problem thanks btw it only has 40k on it
     
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    Check your CV axles, I had same problem and changing them fixed it.
     
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    Have a suspension shop check all undercarriage components including the calipers for looseness and worn parts.
     
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    I think the cv axle is bad it has a little of front to back play is cardone any good for cv axles or should I go with motorcraft
     
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    I bought trakmotive from rockauto and they seem to be fine. Bigger question is how does your 04 only have 40k on her , I got an 04 5.4l 4wd as well and I got 141k on clock and thought I was doing good.
     
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    I got it from the dealer about 3 months ago said it was a older lady that had it before me
     
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    SCORE!!! May I ask how much you paid for it?
     

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