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04-25-8
  • 1ST ORDER VIBRATION FROM THE DRIVELINE AT HIGHWAY SPEEDS
Publication Date: December 8, 2004

FORD:
2004-2005 F-150

ISSUE:

Some F-150 vehicles may exhibit a vibration, felt in the floorpan and/or steering wheel when driven at highway speeds.

ACTION:

Refer to the Diagnostic Overview (Figure 1). Based on the customer’s description of the concern, find the appropriate Operating Condition, Probable Cause and Repair Action.

NOTE:IT IS CRITICAL TO IDENTIFY SPECIFIC VEHICLE SPEEDS AND OPERATING CONDITIONS WHEN THE VIBRATION OR NIBBLE IS OCCURRING, TO PROPERLY DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE ISSUE. TIRE AND DRIVELINE VIBRATION CAN FEEL SIMILAR. USE OF AN ELECTRONIC VIBRATION ANALYZER (EVA) OR VETRONIX VIBRATION ANALYZER IS RECOMMENDED TO CORRECTLY IDENTIFY VIBRATION SOURCES (ORDERS) AND FREQUENCY (HZ).




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PART NUMBERPART NAME
5L3Z-1000154-ABody Mount Kit
4L3Z-6068-ATrans Mount
4L3Z-4635-ABU-Joint Repair Kit
-4602- or -4R602-Driveshaft (order per part catalog)
-4209-Ring & Pinion (order per part catalog)
-7000-Transmission (order per part catalog)

OTHER APPLICABLE ARTICLES:

04-25-07

WARRANTY STATUS:

Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage

DEALER CODING

BASIC PART NO.CONDITION CODE
4602, 4R602, 4209 or 700042