Question about 2005 Ford E-Series
Have a look at the transmission mount. Also look at the universal joints in the drive shaft.
If the transmission mount is bad or mushy it will allow the metal part of the mount to touch the crossmember causing a vibration.
A dry u-joint will also cause a vibration. Even if the u-joint isn't worn out or has visible play. Being dry will cause this. Are the u-joints factory? Do they have grease fittings on them? Have they been replaced? How many miles on them?
If the u-joints don't have grease fittings then they are most likely factory u-joints. Hope this helps. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
I have a Ford E450 And when you get to 65mph and over there is a vibration
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