0-15mph and back to zero have a vibration - Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum
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0-15mph and back to zero have a vibration

after taking my truck to badlands offroad park to ride quads (200 mile round trip) I pulled into my neighbor hood and coming to a stop my truck started to vibrate. I thought it might have been something to do with my abs cause the light was on the whole trip home. Replaced the sensor on the rear and took it for a test drive and nothing changed. I am wanting to say it has nothing to do with the brakes because it does it whether I am braking or not. Ive read alot of post on the drive shaft carrier but everybodys speeds seem to be alot higher than mine. I dont notice any vibration like this higher than 15 mph. Hope this is enough info
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