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I have a 92 f-150 auto 4x4 it drives smooth untill u reach the speeds of 55 .the 4 wheel drive shifter on the floor starts vibrating like crazy.when i let off gas it stops instantly.any ideas on what the cause is or solution

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Could be a bad tranny mount. Look at all the mounts for broken rubber or rusted hangers. I have seen this in other fords as well. Also it would be a good idea to change your transfer case oil.

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