Originally Posted by Greek
Thank you I will give that a try . I had balljoints replaced due to the same noise but was not fixed.
The sound comes usually when it goes over a small bump about 20-40 mph
Also sometimes when reversing/foward slow speed and go over small bump
I am hoping that is not the torsion bars, because looks like too much trouble to repair/adjust ( I read that a special tool is needed)
You might want to look at your motor mounts. Take a good look at the one that is opposite of the engine rotation. You may need some help with this.
1. open the hood and have some to watch.
2. Put your explorer in reverse and hold your foot on the brake and give some gas.(around 2000 rpm) and the take your foot off the gas.
3. Have your help look and listen for the clunk.
4. If nothing, then try the same thing in foward.
If your help does not see the engine raise up and hear the clunk then it's not the motor mount.