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Old 06-04-2010, 05:50 PM
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Turning lock to lock grinding vibration

Hi All,

My 08 350 is making a weird sound when turning the wheel hard at full lock to either side but more so to the left or drivers side. It almost sounds like a grinding noise feeling that I can feel through the steering. I also noticed it seems like a low humming noise coming from the front drivers side while driving down the road and can slightly feel it in the steering wheel as well. But the grinding noise almost feels like if the vehicle was in 4wheel and the front tires were kinda binding on the pavement. The hubs arent locked and no its not in 4wd. Going to take it to the dealer but just thought somebody had a idea what it was.
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Old 06-04-2010, 07:00 PM
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Got my '08 F250 CC 4WD back this week for a similar issue, only on the passenger side. They replaced the hub and it fixed it.
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