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My 97 explorer

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      amdlincoln New Member

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      Hello to everyone,I am having 2 problems with my 97 Explorer SOHC.I have been having my Ford since 2006,it really hasn't given me any major problems over the years,just normal wear and tear..As of late,i haven't been able to shift into park,i pretty much shift into neutral to turn my truck over,i can't park on hills or any ground unbalanced cause I can't shift into park and the truck will move;so I've been faking it til i make it,or pull up on a curb and put my emergency brake down to ensure it won't move.It was really weird when it started doing it too,i drove it to my sister's house,parked my truck and when i moved it up i couldn't shift into park anymore after moving it.My other problem is something is either rubbing,grinding,or making noise on the passenger side of my truck.This started 2 days ago,i was driving and while driving,i heard a pop,then a ticking as something was hitting something,then a squealing noise coming from the passenger side/tire of my truck..It sounds like something is gonna break on the passenger side of my truck tire....I checked my belt,(fine) but i didn't notice any leaks or any metal hanging off the inner passenger tire..Also,i noticed that my steering wheel is pulling to the passenger side of truck now since this problem....Someone please help me
       
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