Occasionally, if I do weird on/off throttle stuff, and then get into it hard, it might clunk around a bit since it really does not know what I wanted at that point.Hey All,
First time poster and happy owner of a '17 Sport with 72k miles. I've been down the rabbit hole on this forum for modding / maintenance, and tip my cap to all the great contributions! With some bolt-ons and a tune, I'm thrilled with the performance gains, especially as a newbie car enthusiast.
Anyways, since owning the car for 4-5k miles, I've been basically issue free. However, when downshifting into first gear (paddles or automatic), I occasionally hear a 'clunck', almost like the gear is locking into place. I feel like I've read about this issue here or another ford forum.... is this anything to be concerned about?? Transmission fluid changed at 56k, PTU fluid changed last month.
Also, I recently removed my BB* throttle body, because of ticking at idle. About every minute, the TB made a series of loud clicks that lasted about 10 secs. Any ideas??? I'm thinking of grabbing a used stock TB and sending to Maxbore instead...
Thanks in advance!!!
Other than that, no real issues with downshifting at WOT. I don't downshift to first that much I don't think (I have NEVER paddle shifted into first).
Anyway, if it is happening a lot (subjective, I know), I would stop doing whatever you are doing to make it clunk, until I had the trans checked out better