Question about 1993 Ford F350
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if your check engine light is on find a part store that will do a free code scan it sounds like a coil pack but its hard to determine without more info if your mileage is high when was the last time plugs were changed
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
I had the same problem on my 1991 F350. Turned out to be a bad tire. Jiffy Lube over inflated them to 80PSI. Should have been 55PSI. Tread separated from lining, causing a hidden buble. I took the tire off to inspect the front end and when it rolled away from me it had a wobble in it. Could not notice it on the truck, but easily noticable off. I rotated the tire to the rear and drove to the tire shop. Only shook at around 40mph though. Good luck. Hope it's omething simple like mine.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
Testimonial: "yep you nailed it MUCH THANKS!!!!"
SOURCE: i have a 66 mustang
Could be a bad universal joint. I have a '65 Mustang, once when I installed the drive shaft, I put the rear u-joint into the axle slightly off-center. It would shake rather badly at about 45 MPH, but was mostly smooth above 50 or below 40. I thought it was a wheel balance problem, but it was just the driveshaft being slightly off-center.
Posted on Sep 20, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you, i just suggeted to my son that it could be a wheel balance problem, and this helps greatly being that he just had his transmission fixed!"
Take a close look at the tires, look for bulges and lumps. You may have a slipped belt. Where the rubber delaminates from the reinforcment belt embedded in the tire. If this is the case, you must replace the tire. Also look for missing balance weights. Around the rim you should be able to tell if a weight fell off.
Another very serious possibility is a failed shock absorber. A very rough test is to manually push / bounce one corner of truck down a few times then let go and see if it keeps bouncing more than one time, one and half max. Check all 4 corners.
Otherwise, possible bent rim, missing lug nuts, bad wheel bearing.
Posted on May 07, 2011
Testimonial: "I switched tires from front to back and wala no shake. I couldnt believe it considering how bad the shake was thanks"
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