Weird feeling in my mustang gt 2006 !

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Asked by Aug 14, 2013 at 07:58 PM about the 2006 Ford Mustang GT Premium

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The rear differential part of the car feels like it's getting dislocated ! or it makes me feel
like am having bad transmission issues ! whenever i accelerate and then remove my
leg from the pedal feels like something is dislocating from beneath from back area and
getting back located in place ! feels REALLY DISCOMFORTABLE ! and like am riding
a horse ! i thought it's the transmission got it checked ! had a transmission flush as i
got it opened for checking ! new filter and new transmission fluid ! so it aint
transmission i guesss by any chance ! what can cause that plsss help! it's really
annoying !

4 Answers

257,355

Check your shocks, axle dampers and bushings. Also the torque box area of the unibody. This area is weak and the metal sometimes tears requiring additional welding plates for support.

have seen the panard bar come loose on this model,this is a sideways support bar,hope this helps

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but why only on deceleration ? including the fact that when i set the trans on " N " auto tranny yup ! no sound at all ! it feels like the car is doing down shifts hesitatingly ! but up shifts are just fine !

257,355

Did the transmission tech take it for a test drive, replace the trans shift solenoid? Scan for codes? Maybe have another mechanic take it for a test drive to help you pinpoint the issue.

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