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What's loose under my cab?

Hello all,
I have tried to search the forum for my problem and have come up short. So here is my issue; when I am at a complete stop and begin to step on the accelerator, it feels like the engine mounts are loose since I feel movement in my truck like the engine moved. Also when I am going to a stop, I feel it again when I come to a complete stop. I am not feeling excess vibration like you would think is the motor mounts were bad or loose. Any thoughts on what that may be? Thanks in advance. BTW, 2007 F350 XLT Crew Cab Long bed 4x4

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Have you checked the body mounts IIRC the 05+ crumble apart
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No I did not. I will check on those. Thank you master_chase
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Could also be your slip yoke if you have a two piece drive shaft. If it is you will need to drop the shaft and lube the slip yoke and put it back together.

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[QUOTE=Johnny McG;16318777]Could also be your slip yoke if you have a two piece drive shaft. If it is you will need to drop the shaft and lube the slip yoke and put it back together.

That sounds like that’s what that could be. Thanks!
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You won't get vibration from motor mounts going out, or loose. Have someone goose the throttle, that you trust, while you're looking at the engine, in Park, Drive, and Reverse. Holding the brake obviously. That'll tell you if the mounts are bad. Do the same for the trans mount.

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You won't get vibration from motor mounts going out, or loose. Have someone goose the throttle, that you trust, while you're looking at the engine, in Park, Drive, and Reverse. Holding the brake obviously. That'll tell you if the mounts are bad. Do the same for the trans mount.

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Everytime I have to hold the brake and give the engine power while looking for a problem I put it in R so if something fails you don't run over your buddy.
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Hello all,
So it took me a minute but when I found the time to take a look and after numerous researching I did look at the slip yoke. After removing and applying fresh grease...problem solved!! Thank you to all who game me help and it suggestions. Thanks!
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