Ford F150 2wd
okay I have an F 150 2 wheel drive I
changed my inner tie rod and it's not a
balancing issue but my truck still vigorously
shakes between 35 and 40 miles per hour
what could Make that happen
There must be a loose front end part yet, or the shock is just that bad. More than likely either a ball joint or A-frame bushings.
I have found this to be a consistent problem for friends and customers over the years who have owned the lariat editions of this vehicle. One thing ford techs will tell you is that you need to try replacing your drive shaft which is not only time consuming but rather expensive. If you can find an experienced tech ask them if they have the ability to check your drive shaft alignment. If they scratch their head, go somewhere else. Realigning the drive shaft for this particular vehicle has solved this problem for several people I know after countless dollars spent on balancing, rotating, bushings, tie rod ends & ball joints. Good luck.
Maybe a bad tire!!! Just to throw that out there also
So, you just have to have it checked out.
One more thing do you think it could be my ball beairngs going out
You would hear an continuous awful growling noise if they were.
Get your tires balanced and front end lined . cheap fix.
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