Hi guys im Australia I have a 2004 explorer I have a problem in the back end of the drive line when the car is hot and I back of from doing 100ks it feel like im hinting a little speed hump every 10m

Asked by Sep 30, 2014 at 11:38 PM about the 2004 Ford Explorer XLT V6 4WD

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68,345

Check the ,drive shaft for lossness,sound,s like you may have bad Universal joint.It is best to replace all of them when you do this.

Thanks ill check it out

20,190

Sounds like it could be U-joints, a drive shaft, the transmission or the rear end. I would have it looked at by a trusted mechanic.

35,405

Check the tires also. Possibly a slipped belt.

20,170

Could be a wheel bearing going out. Especially when only noticed under a no-load condition. We're on a different measurement scale 10M (meters) translates to about 33 feet.or thereabouts. Obviously to long a distance for a bad tire belt, which would be noticed at a much shorter distance.

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