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Ford F350, 7.3 powerstroke, accelerating from 0-60

1999 Ford F350, 7.3 powerstroke, accelerating from 0-60 get a vibration from 40-55 that feels like crossing rumble strips. Goes away if you go into overdrive but feels like a slight engine miss

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  • Brandon Abel Dec 31, 2011

    Did you ever figure out the problem? My 7.3 is doing the same.Poor throttle response as well.

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Does it have acentre bearing in the tail shaft ?if so ,fhat is more than likely the problem .also check that all the tail shaft yoke s are in line,they only have to be 1 spline out togive those symptoms ,a rumble ,is definatly coming from the driveline

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