I have a 1996 Ford Explorer XLT. Recently there began a buzzing vibration I can feel through the steering wheel. It occurs between about 25 mi/hr, and stops at about 60 mi/hr. With each front wheel lifted, there is a slight amount of play in the left wheel when rocking top to bottom, that doesn't exist on the right wheel. I suspect a worn spindle hub bearing. However, before I spend $140.00 for a part, I would like to get a second opinion. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
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Does kind of buzz at an idle and it whine when you try to turn? You could be low on power steering fluid. Sometimes people put the wrong fluid un it pump instead of power steering fluid which will cause problem because the fluid is too thick.
You could possibly have a pump going out on you.
Jack the car up to get the front wheels off the ground. With the engine off, turn the steering wheel lock to lock. If you feel any binding as you turn you may have a bent steering rack.
You have a bad flasher,go online type in google images ford blinker flasher so you will see what the look like.its located under the drivers side steering wheel probably in the fuse box pull the old one out replace it with a heavy duty flasher problem solved
The ABS light is for the Anti-lock Braking System. The MIL will illuminate if there is a difference in wheel speed sensors signals to the PCM. So you might have a wheel speed sensor that is going out on you. Does the light come on at low speeds, or just higway speeds? You could take the vehicle to a local parts store and have them pull the codes for you and that will tell you which speed sensor is out of whack. Also road grime, dirt and gunk buildup can cause speed sensors to give false readings. Hope tihs helps you out.......
2 wheel drive refers to the rear wheels.
The traction control feature applies the brakes to the wheels that are spinning due to lack of traction so that they can slow down and get a grip or traction, if its in 2 wheel drive the system will pulse the brakes and you will hear and feel the system engage usually a buzzing vibration and an indicator light will come on the dash to tell you its engaged