I am assuming it is caused by bad front strut bearings. Ford should replace the struts and bearings and align it for free. If they already did that, then I don't know what is up. I would take it to another Ford dealer and have them take a drive with you.Otto Man said:I finally got my parts in and the fix taken care of. It was GREAT for a week. Now the right front has started popping again on the slooow turns. Anybody else have this "pop" back up?
Bummer Otto Man,Otto Man said:I finally got my parts in and the fix taken care of. It was GREAT for a week. Now the right front has started popping again on the slooow turns. Anybody else have this "pop" back up?
I drove mine for over 90 days w/ the popping noise. I hear a pop or two from the rear end area every now and then, but I pretend it's nothing.Dubl10 said:I have a question about the front end popping nose situation here. Do you HAVE to get those in and get fixed? Like will it be bad for the car to not worry about getting them fixed at all, or for at least a little while. I was going to just drive my car for awhile and then when I get close to the end of my warranty, then take it in when it's convienent for me to fix that, the gas tank, etc...
But that is what I'm wondering, not getting that fixed, would that be bad for the car?
Yeah I got my car in April and have driven it ever since with it, but it never really bothers me, most of the time I hear my radio and never hear it. I just don't feel like taking it in the shop right now, i use my car everyday!!!!!sonny1213 said:I drove mine for over 90 days w/ the popping noise. I hear a pop or two from the rear end area every now and then, but I pretend it's nothing.
Oh ya did I bring that up more than once. Are you sure all the parts are in and you going to do both sides. My pass. side strut doesn't line up like the drivers side. It's not in the middle of the opening. They said "it's OK" to be like that. It was in the middle before it was taken apart.MGPony said:On the TSB addressing the front end popping while turning at slow speeds, Ford recommends that both sides be addressed with the new parts. It's very likely that the dealer only fixed one side. Now, if the popping is still coming from the same side, it's very likely that the dealer didn't install all the parts he was supposed to install. I'd go to another dealer.