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Old 06-19-2012, 11:11 PM   #1
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Anyone heard of a vibration in the drive train . Happens between 60-70 mph slightly off the gas ? I just road forced balanced all four tires and still there.
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Any other changes to the vehicle since the vibrations started? Where do you feel the vibrations the most at those speeds?
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Have you takin it to ford yet?
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Any other changes to the vehicle since the vibrations started? Where do you feel the vibrations the most at those speeds?
No other changes, feels like under the car like possibly driveshaft area .

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No not yet. Just wanted to know if this was something common before I take it in the dealer
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Not common, take it to dealer
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Re: 2010 gt vibration

Could be anything really. If you feel it mostly in the seat and not in the controls then it's usually an issue with the rear. The front will give you more vibrations in the steering and such.

It could be an issue with uneven tire wear, a bent wheel on the rear, poor balancing job (I had a bad vibration on my car that Ford couldn't/wouldn't fix when I bought it and just taking it to a better shop fixed it). Could even be a rock in the tire tread ...

On to the more unlikely stuff, could be an unbalanced driveshaft or bent axle, but that's pretty unlikely and you would have noticed it before or have done something to cause it.
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Re: 2010 gt vibration

wheel weights, or out of balance wheels (or out of round). Could be driveshaft as well etc.
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What speeds? Does iger worse with higher speed or go away?
Possible bad u-joint
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I'm regularly between 80 and 100 with no vibrations. Hopefully ford will solve this for u.
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Anyone heard of a vibration in the drive train . Happens between 60-70 mph slightly off the gas ? I just road forced balanced all four tires and still there.
Mine freaking does that. I took it to Ford several times, and they couldn't solve the problem.
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My whole car would vibrate at 65+. Ended having 2 bent rear axles.
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My money's on the driveshaft or wheels.
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My money's on the driveshaft or wheels.
I bet wheels. Mine does it. Now it's starting to pull to one side. Agh!! 2 freaking Ford dealers said nothing is wrong with it. I know your frustration, I'd just keep taking to Ford till they get tired of you. it just takes time and patience which I don't have a lot of.
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