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Old 04-08-2014, 04:47 PM   #1
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Vibration over 120km

Hey Guys,

I have an annoying vibration once I hit 120km and continues as the speed climbs. It feels like the passenger front end, tires are brand new but it may be a bent rim I guess.

Any ideas? I read that it may be a hydro-bushing on the wishbone arm.

Any help would be great!

P.S. Engine mount was just replaced.


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Old 04-09-2014, 02:36 PM   #2
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Hey Guys,

I have an annoying vibration once I hit 120km and continues as the speed climbs. It feels like the passenger front end, tires are brand new but it may be a bent rim I guess.

Any ideas? I read that it may be a hydro-bushing on the wishbone arm.

Any help would be great!

P.S. Engine mount was just replaced.
Hi D-Jack,

Was your dealer able to diagnose the issue? I encourage you to book an appointment with them if you haven't done so already; they are in the best position to assist. :)

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They were not able too and as it has passes the extend warranty period I am looking a solution if possible before I spend too money on diagnostics
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Any chance you know a good Ford service in Toronto????
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Hi D-Jack,

You can find a dealer for a second opinion here.

I hope this helps! :)

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Old 04-10-2014, 04:18 PM   #6
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Did you have the issue before you put the new tires on it?
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Wouldn't be engine or tranny mounts. More likely out of balance tire (I'd recheck the balancing, bent rim, maybe bad tire internally (yes it's possible), loose tie rod or ball joint, rust/debris between wheel mounting area and rotor, etc. So a few things to check.

But to isolate the problem down to a wheel or tire (or not), rotate the tires (fronts to back and vice versa).
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Tire balancing, most defenetly. Had same prb when I bought new set. Vibration while driving >120km/h.
When I went back to the shop, they rebalanced the whees an everything was O.K.
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Did you have the issue before you put the new tires on it?
My sister had the car for a year while I was overseas and when we got back there was a vibration but then the tire blew so I thought that was the issue then we had a vibration at idle and at higher speeds so I switched out the mount which solved the vibration at idle but we still have the vibration at high speeds which is where I am at now
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I will get the alignment and balancing done and go from there
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