Question about Ford F-150
Sounds like a broken engine mount I'll tell you how to check for this...
1. Have a friend sit in the vehicle pop the hood and keep it up.
2. Start vehicle engine will pop up an back.
3. Put in a gear and the same will happen.
4. Put in reverse and the same will happen as well...
5. Place in neutral, hand brake up and press acclerator right down engine will move violently....
6. In neutral lock steering all the way to the right and hold, it will start to rock in the next direction for itself...
Now that's how to check for a broken mount. Basically what I think is hhappening is that one of the mounnts have broken so when u add the extra weight it stressen the mount and bends the engine so it causes the vibration
Posted on May 11, 2010
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