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|02-18-2017 06:03 AM|
|hogbody||The fix for my 2012 F-350 6.7 was new front tires. Had the Ford dealer check it 2 times and a front end specialist check it, Both found nothing loose, worn or broken in the front end. Ford dealer put 2 new tires on front and has not happened in almost 2 years.|
|02-17-2017 12:14 PM|
|usmczmann||The fix for mine was the ReadyLift. Works Great!!! Just google "ReadyLift Anti Wobble" and check out the youtube vid. The kit is a little pricey, but well worth the money.|
|11-10-2016 11:21 AM|
|edreddy||Strange enough, a while back they replaced my traction bar link as it was showing 'worn'. Strange, my truck was only 2 years old and less than 20'000 miles on the odo when they did it. Right now I cannot reproduce the wobble - so perhaps that's the fix?|
|11-10-2016 10:59 AM|
|RamAirfreak98ss||I know on two of our 07s, a 350 and worse it was on a f550, it was the ford bushing thats metal with rubber inside of that, then metal again, its $25~ from ford, we had replaced everything, shocks, stabilizer, end links etc... still did it but less violent. Changed that steering/traction bar link and was smooth as can be over bumps.|
|10-13-2016 10:58 AM|
Just to provide an update on this - my main warranty is now expired and I only have the DW from time to time. If I stick the smaller sized OEM XLT rims and tires on, I can reproduce it with ease - and unfortunately it's not turbo surge - usually happens with my foot is actually off the throttle. It happens occurs going up a slight incline and if I hit a bump at 68-70kph - poof - death wobble.
It's almost the equivalent of hopping on one foot, blinking your right eye, and rubbing your tummy at the same time.
Right now it feels like
|08-07-2016 10:40 PM|
List of what to do all over the internet. Usually the track or pan hard bar and bushing. If not any slop in the ball joints, tie rods, steering linkage, or tire issues can cause.
I have a new track bar and bushing, front shocks, steering stabilizer times 2, ball joints ok, steering linkage ok and still have it- I think it is the tires, inflation ok but at 50 k and others have had flex in the side wall cause it to happen, Anyway everything else is tight as a tick, positive caster at 2.0 not good now at 3.2, re rebalanced wheels and alignment. It may not be easy. Start at tires, then track bar then work it out.
|06-06-2014 05:36 PM|
Originally Posted by baja25sst View Post
|06-05-2014 09:17 PM|
I laughed at the title ," in a 2013, yes a 2013". Hahaha. Why are you surprised? it has the same suspension as all the super duties since they went to the coil spring trailing arm design. That was a long time ago I think 2006 or so, so to be surprised that it would be any different on a new truck is hilarious.
.Get a bd castor kit BD Power - Product: Cam Caster Adjuster Kit
Factory trucks usually have 1 deg of positive castor this kit will let you adjust up to about 3.5deg. But set it at 2.5-3deg and death wobble is gone.
|06-05-2014 06:12 PM|
|Scumbag||overly inflated tires are horrible for death wobble, but at 42mph it seems unlikely. Death wobbles in my experience are when your doing 65+MPH and hit a dip, and you wobble left and right, and cannot gain control of the vehicle until you slow down to around 50 mph. Puts the fear of death in ya. Fixed with alignment shims.|
|06-05-2014 01:24 PM|
I'm not saying this is your issue, but when my truck was shaking like you describe, it was an issue with turbo surge. My issue was between 40 and 42 mph in 6th gear, light acceleration...sounds like pretty similar conditions to me, and I could reproduce mine on demand too. My truck did it with about 4,000 miles on it until I changed the oil. I put 5w40 synthetic in at about 6500 miles and haven't had the problem since....19,000 miles now.
Next time it does it try backing out of the throttle and stepping on it again to get it to downshift to 5th gear. If it's turbo surge it will stop immediately when you take your foot off the throttle and will not start back up when the transmission downshifts and the engine revs up a few hundred RPM. If it's death wobble you'll have to step on the brake and slow down 10-15 mph to get it to stop.
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