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Old 07-25-2013, 05:25 PM   #1
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Rumbling problem.

Around 3 weeks ago, my car started to make this loud jingling noise whenever it started. Eventually it got to the point where I couldn't start it without stepping on the gas. So I took it to a guy who was one of Ford's top engineers that I know. The problem was my fly wheel was rusted to hell. So he replaced that and a few other things. Since then the car rumbles/vibrates/shakes a lot. Today while driving to work I noticed that it was shaking super hard. I could even see the hood shaking. It didn't do this before the repair. So I think its a problem. Here's a list of items he replaced. I can't read his handwriting nor am I good with car parts and what they do. So I thought maybe yall would be able to tell me which one would cause this rumbling? Also it rumbles/shakes all the time, on the gas, turning, sitting still, as long as its turned on.
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Old 07-25-2013, 08:06 PM   #2
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If he didn't replace the pilot bearing that could be it
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Hmm. It didn't shake before he replaced those things. So jw why would you think it would be that? Could the pilot bearing be rusted also?
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If everything was nice and worn together and he changed some stuff but left the pilot bearing in the Flywheel then it would cause movement at that point
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