Having problems with your 2006 Ford F-150 ?

There is a ticking noise when moving

\015 When i accelerate the ticking noise gets faster, changed the 4\\4 accuators and the chech valve, even changed the rear brake pads, still there, in or out of 4 wheel drive!\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 10-05-2021

Answers :

The ticking noise could be coming from a CV joint. Does the ticking noise go away in reverse? A loose brake pad (Anti rattle clip missing or broken) will move back and forth in it's mounting, a warped rotor will enhance this effect, the ticking noise will come when the pads moves upward into it's mounting causing a metal on metal tick.
Does the ticking noise get louder when you are turning the vehicle? If it does this would indicate a worn CV joint.
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