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Ranger Moans And Groans

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Hi all

my 2007 Ranger has a metalic creeking sound coming from the front end suspension in dry weather normally when turning at low speed over a bit bumpy ground, has anybody else had or got this problem and any idears on how to stop it,

Regards Dave.

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Hi all

my 2007 Ranger has a metalic creeking sound coming from the front end suspension in dry weather normally when turning at low speed over a bit bumpy ground, has anybody else had or got this problem and any idears on how to stop it,

Regards Dave.

Hi Dave if you have the answer to this problem can you please let me know regards Roger.

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Hi all

my 2007 Ranger has a metalic creeking sound coming from the front end suspension in dry weather normally when turning at low speed over a bit bumpy ground, has anybody else had or got this problem and any idears on how to stop it,

Regards Dave.

Hiya Dave, I had exactly the same noise on my truck. I mentioned it at my service a couple of years ago. They adjusted something underneath the truck but didn't tell me what they adjusted. As far as I can see it was a quick fix and cheap, as they didn't charge. It has just come back. I get my noise on full lock over a bump.

Paul

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Hi all

my 2007 Ranger has a metalic creeking sound coming from the front end suspension in dry weather normally when turning at low speed over a bit bumpy ground, has anybody else had or got this problem and any idears on how to stop it,

Regards Dave.

Hi,

Mine noise which was the same, was cured by putting thick grease on the bumpstops that are adjustable when turning on a full lock.

Hope this helps.

Cheers,

Nick...

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