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My explorer shakes at driving of high speed

Say im on highway driving, once i surpass say like 70, the stearing wheal starts shaking crazy and the car kind of shakes

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  • explorerownr Jul 29, 2008

    no off road driving, but i have a problem with my overdrive light blinking, not sure if that would have to do with anything

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    car was running rough at 120 km per hour then when I started it up the next day it was shaking badly

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    As you drive the rear wheels shake. Shaking increases at higher speeds (over 80Km/hr)

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Something out-of-balance somewhere. Start with the tires, check the wheels, then have the driveshaft balance checked. Do any off-roading?

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