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When I get up to higher speeds like around 50mph my car vibrates really bad

It's a 2002 mustang, I replaced the wheel bearing on the front passenger wheel. And the vibration feels like its from the front of the car.

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Check tires for balance, flat spots or bubbles(broken belts in tire)

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SOURCE: Front End noise and vibration

Check the U-joints and axle baerings. But its most likely because the truck is in four wheel drive.

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SOURCE: 2006 F 150 4x4 vibration in the front at low speed

If you can,t detect any play or seisure in the u joints check the struts that keep the front axle aligned, when seriously rusted they can flex and allow the axle assembly to roll up bringing the front driveshaft out of align. I have had to replace two sets on my 95 f150.
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check the idler arm on the steering drag link

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SOURCE: I have 2004 expedition with front end noise. When

Sounds like front wheel bearing or CV joint (constant velocity joint) - get it in before warranty runs out - they are not cheap!

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