Vibration at 65 MPH, 1750 RPM, Six Gear
My Mustang has been in the Ford Dealership 5 times for vibrations at 65 MPH through 75 MPH, Its had all tires replaced and has been road forced balanced at a authorized Goodyear dealer and it did reduce the vibration somewhat. Also, in stop position and the car in neutral, clutch in and clutch out I can produce vibration at 1500 RPM o 1750 RPM. Ford Dealership has declared this "normal characteristics for mustangs" I bringing it too another Ford dealership for a second opinion, but I suspect the same answer. Has anyone experience this with their Mustangs?
If I had that kind of money, I wouldn't buy a new Mustang- thanks for supporting my opinion-
Sounds like imbalance in the flywheel, clutch pressure plate or the transmission. Take it to another Ford dealer.
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