Question about 2002 Ford Expedition
Why it my lye in the torque converter I would not expect this, I'd start else where first. My first call would be a universal joint at the drive shaft.
You'll need to climb underneath (engine off and E-brake on and inspect this) look for looseness with in the driveshaft. This could be withinin a tire too, perhaps a bulge in a rear tire or thrown weight giving you issues
I hope this may have helped,
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