Question about 2006 Ford Five Hundred
Before going into more mechanicals, try using the spare tire on the front wheels and test drive to see if it helps. Then try the same with the rear wheels. It will take time and effort but as you do it you can check tierod ends better with the tire off. And it will not cost you anything to try it.
In the rear, with front wheel drive, there are 2 things that can cause this problem. You can check the rear wheel bearings by turning the wheel and checking for noise and excess play. The second thing would be a rear wheel Alignment which many front wheel drive cars require.
If you have rear drum brakes, look for rust outlines of weights missing from the drums. The other mechanicals could be the A/C clutch cycling which it does in Defrost and A/C mode. Turn controls to OFF and see if vibration disappears.
Would like to know outcome for this problem. Thanks
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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