Question about 2003 Ford Explorer
2003 Ford Explorer EB 100,000 miles. Humming noise and vibration begins at 25MPH through 65MPH and decreases after 75MPH. Can feel slight vibration in the steering wheel, but no pulling or drifting. Tires are new and alignment done -- less that 2,000 miles. Any thoughts?
Hi, if you can feel the vibration through the steering wheel then this would indicate that you need to get the front wheels balanced if this was done recently then you will more than likely find that one of the weights have fallen off so will need rebalancing as they often fall of if not fitted to perfectly clean surface.
So unless you have knocked the wheels then the chances are the wieght has fallen off so get this checked.
If the wheel balance is ok then you will need to start thinking of maybe wheel bearing is on its way out but make sure you get the balancing looked at before the wheel bearing as this is the most likely cause.
let me know how you get on then i can assist you further ok
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