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I have a Ford 1995 Ford F150 4x4 with 5.8L and E4OD trans.My problem is a vibration occurs at approx. 60,80 and 100 kph.I have changed all wheel brgs.drive shaft,transfer box,rear end overhauled--so think it must be in the transmission.The vibration happens on a hoist without wheels and when rolling out of drive.Could this be a constant running brg. in the trans. and if so which could be the culprit or culprits.Hope you can point me in the right direction.Thnakyou.

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I also have a 95 Ford F150 4x4 5.0l, extended cab two piece drive shaft. E40d trany in fourth gear accelerating or not it will vibrate badly but only slightly in any other gears. The first thing I did was rebuild the trany, no luck same exact conditions. All clutchs and bands replaced, synthic fluid, new torque converter, and a shift kit from TCI. Still does the same thing.

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I would take the transmission in for a service check !

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It could be as simple as a bad transmission mount. The bearings in an automatic transmission are not a roller bearing, they're all bushing type bearings without any rollers. The fluid in the transmission keeps them lubricated so they don't need moving parts. I would doubt that it's in the transmission if all the gears work smoothly. The only bearings like what you're asking for are the needle bearings in the planetary gears. If one of them were going I'm not sure you'd feel it while driving, especially at slow speeds like leaving the driveway.

I can point you to a website that has a part by part breakdown of your transmission if you like, but the pdf can take a while to download on a slow connection.

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