Originally Posted by PratoN
Wasn't there a known issue with cars with messed up shocks in early production? I can't imagine "this is how the car is designed."
If your car is actually unlevel, I presume the car will try to use whatever feature that is that counter-steers steady side winds / the crown of the road. And then you'll just have a boatload of issues. No?
EDIT: But if it's not a broken strut, shock, or mount... I'm out of ideas.
Thanks for reply ,think there was a problem with the bearing plate or whatever its called causing the clunk ,then FORD decided it was normal ,think it is bad suspension part strut spring,control arm etc.no one can find it yet