Question about Ford Expedition
the shake could be a couple of different things i would check the tires first and see if that is what it is the easiest way is to remove them inspect them closly and rotate them to the rear if the shake goes away replace the tires, it could also be a bad axle shaft check them for excessive play if they do replace them cv axles are reasonably priced so if the vehicle has alot of miles on it ,it would be best to just go ahead and replace both of them
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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