My 2002 ford exp. Xlt, is making a loud, thug, every few feet. The whole truck shakes. At the rear end. They want $800 to 1200 to fix te rear differential at the dealer. Is that what it costs?

Asked by Nov 20, 2014 at 06:21 AM about the 2002 Ford Explorer XLT 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Should i junk it?

4 Answers

1,760

Get a second opinion first before you spend any money its hard to find a honest mechanic.

106,435

Dealers are always higher in price, but they do a better job and stand by the repair. If your short on cash take it to a local repair shop.

19,640

New car dealerships, service departments are parts changers. Go to a REPUTABLE local repair/mechanic. Ask around, talk to friends, neighbors and coworkers about whos got a good honest garage.

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19,640

Your noise could be as simple as a bad u-joints(s). Wherever you take it make sure they tell you how much and what's wrong before they do the work, so there are no surprise's.

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