Question about 1999 Ford Explorer
Severe shuttering when I drive over pothole will not stop shuttering until i get to about 15 mph. was replacing rotors and pads. noticed problem during test drive. seemed to be coming from passenger side. replaced wheel hub to no avail. Please help.
This is usually caused from air in the power steering system. On more then one occasion i've experienced this after doing a brake job or an alignment. Because you turn the wheels with out the engine running you move power steering fluid throughout the system aerating it. The fix is to simply turn the wheel lock to lock repeatedly with the engine on and parked. This will "bleed" the system. Oddly Explorers are the only vehicle i've ever seen this happen to. Unfortunately it looks like you replaced the wheel bearing needlessly.
Posted on May 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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