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Old 03-07-2012
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Drive train clanking issue

I have an 04 ranger xlt 4x4 auto that makes grinding or clanking noise when you first start out after it has been sitting. also at times it seems as if it binds up for a second before it releases (at times with a loud gear sound) Once it gets going all is fine. What's up
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grinding noise, no oil in the top end?
binds up, rusted brakes from sitting.

neither sound abnormal. But please dont double post in 2 different sections. if its such a rush, take it to ford.
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