2006 Ford F-150

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Asked by May 04, 2011 at 12:08 PM about the 2006 Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2006 Ford F-150 and when i'm driving on the highway and i push the gas i hear a rattling coming from the front, can anybody tell me what that could be

9 Answers

505

vibration? wheel balanced, universal joints (drive shaft), engine or transmission mounts, freeplay in direction... loll need more details to give a better diagnose..;)

sounds like the cat converter is comeing apart inside,or what you hearing may be valve rattle,if u running regular,87 oct gas,.

505

coil on plug..misfirering..very popular

na.

loose exhaust heat shield. try revving it while sitting still.

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Like Jeff said, it is most likely the exhaust. the F150 is known for broken bolts on the exhaust manifolds that will cause a rattle and the same is true for the exhaust heat shields.

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if it was loose it would rattle all the time.

85

Loose bracket, light, grill, etc

the horn is loose.

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