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Diagram of front end for '94 F150 Ford

I've found the problem of a ''clunk'' and a ''knock'' but I can't remember what all the parts are called in the front end of my truck. All I need is a diagram with all the parts labeled. thanks.

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  • carder1 Mar 11, 2009

    lower draglink and inertie rod

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This is a 96 f150 suspension, 4x2, not 4x4.

Diagram of front end for '94 F150 Ford - f7f2b45.gif
Item Part Number Description 1 N806246-S56 Nut and Washer 2 5A333 Retainer 3 18124 Front Shock Absorber 4 40949 Bolt 5 N62048 Nut 6 N806496 Nut 7 18126 Lower Shock Bracket 8 805033 Bolt 9 3B404 Caster and Camber Adjuster 10 800937 Nut 11 5414 Front Spring Insulator 12 3105 Front Wheel Spindle (RH) 13 3106 Front Wheel Spindle (LH) 14 3050 Front Suspension Lower Arm Ball Joint 15 3B008 Steering Arm and Drag Link 16 800895 Nut 17 642569 Cotter Pin 18 383489 Nut 19 3006 Front Axle 20 388727 Bolt (F-150) 21 389574 Bolt (F-250, F-350) 22 606085 Bolt 23 605920 Bolt 24 3405 Radius Arm 25 34992 Nut 26 5A307 Lower Spring Seat 27 5414 Front Spring Insulator 28 18183 Front Shock Absorber Mounting Bracket 29 34992 Nut 30 5310 Front Coil Spring 31 5B315 Upper Spring Seat 32 18198 Insulator A — Tighten to 34-48 Nm
(25-35 Lb-Ft) B — Tighten to 18-23 Nm
(13-18 Lb-Ft) C — Tighten to 32-58 Nm
(23-42 Lb-Ft) D — Tighten to 60-80 Nm
(44-59 Lb-Ft) E — Tighten to 68-92 Nm
(50-67 Lb-Ft) F — Tighten to 112-152 Nm (83-112 Lb-Ft) G — Tighten to 112-152 Nm (83-112 Lb-Ft) H — Tighten to 340-460 Nm (250-339 Lb-Ft)

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  • gerry bissi Feb 25, 2009

    here is steering, 96 4x2.



    Inspection and Verification

    Make the following preliminary checks before servicing the steering system. If hoses are to be disconnected, label them prior to removal so they can be easily identified for reassembly.



    1. Verify the customer's original concern by operating the steering system while driving to duplicate the condition.



    1. Inspect to determine if any of the following mechanical concerns apply:




      VISUAL INSPECTION CHART


      Mechanical




      • Tire pressure, loose wheels
      • Loose tie rod ends
      • Loose suspension ball joints
      • Loose connecting bolts on column intermediate shaft
      • Loose steering gear assembly
      • Improper drive belt tension
      • Binding or misaligned steering column
      • Power steering pump, fluid level, hose leak or line restrictions



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I've got the nut off of the upper balljoint on my 1994 f150 4x4 and i cant seam to get any play at gettting the camber adjuster loss. the top of the tire was wayout.

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