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vibration in steering and brake

I have a 2000 F-350 which i just bought a few weeks ago. Today, i noticed a vibration and humming noise in the steering and brakes. When i push on the brakes, there seems to be some resistence. This noise and vibration are at their worst when i am stopped or idling and diminishes as speed picks up. Any suggestions.

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vibration in steering and brake

Yes, everything else works fine.
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what tire are you runnin and have you rotated or balanced them lately?just a thought

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vibration in steering and brake

i don't know if it is tire related because it is at it's worst when completely stopped.
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hmmm you talked about your braking. Might be getting vibration from warped brake pads.

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Have you checked the back side of your rims for mud, doesn't take much to unbalance your wheels.


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i don't know if it is tire related because it is at it's worst when completely stopped.
sorry about that i should have read your entire post before spouting out words..

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