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Ford F-150, Truck
#8 of 10 2001 F-150 Supercrew 2x4
Mar 25, 2002 (12:29 am)
Have vibration in speed area of 40-50 mph, feel it in the body more than the steering wheel. Dealer claims unable to find cause. So far they've rebalanced wheels, driveshaft and put a rubber damper on tranny mount. They claim Ford doesn't have any service bulletins on it.Any possible solutions can take to them would be appreciated. Thanks
#9 of 10 vibration re ferdsford
Mar 25, 2002 (6:26 am)
The problem with vibration on the crew cabs has been the change in driveshaft and angles from the regular and extended cabs. This issue exists not only with Ford trucks but with other makes also. Since dealer has already changed the driveshaft twice, you may have to live with the vibration in your SCrew. crosley4 is gives good advice and if you know of any mechanics that have corrected driveline problems with lifted trucks they would be a good resource. It is more of an art than a science to fix this type of issue.
#10 of 10 Did any of you S Crew
Apr 26, 2002 (3:43 pm)
owners get your vibrations fixed?