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Old January 1st, 2010, 11:08 AM
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Every time I take off from a stop there is a clicking noise, my friend says it sounds like the axles is sliding out. I trust his judgement since he knows a lot about trucks, but I want your opinion. Even does it when I shift from reverse into drive.
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Worn U-joint maybe....
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If its happening when you step on gas it might be a exhaust manifold leak.
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When I let off the brake. Its only one click everytime.
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when you let off the brake, before you step on the gas?
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Adactly. Only sometimes though, sometimes it wont stat until I hit the gas a bit. Sometimes its right when I let off the brake. Sounds like a coin rolling around.
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when is the last time you greased the undercarriage?
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I would make sure the shackles are tight, particularly in the front, and check the u-joints.
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I dont have shackles up front, IFS

Rear ones are tight, but I will check everything over.

I already checked my drive shaft no play so I can't see it being a U Joint.
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