front end clunk (pass side)
Okay here it goes
'97 F-150, 4x4, 4.6(w), 126,000 miles.
I recently, suddenly developed a clunk in my front passenger side when going over bumps or driving on uneven surfaces (dirt /gravel driveways).
I put on new shocks (4) about 6 weeks ago - and yes, they are tight. I have checked them all multiple times. New lower ball joints today - I was looking for the clunk & found a bad lower ball joint on the passenger side. I hoped this would fix it.
It doesn't matter if I am turning or going straight - when I hit a bump I get a clunk. If I ride the brakes over a bump it still clunks. All if the steering linkages are tight. I do not feel this in the wheel or the brake pedal, but more in the floor of the truck. I don't seems to feel it as bad at highway speeds, but at 55 and under it is there - driving me nuts!