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93' Explorer Experiencing Vehicle And Steering Vibration While Driving

Discussion in 'Stock 1991 - 1994 Explorers' started by gabriellazo, July 26, 2011.

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    1. gabriellazo

      gabriellazo New Member

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      hi guys. i'm new to this forum. i drive a completely stock 93' Ford Exolorer Sport automatic.

      Recently after a fuel pump install , i started experiencing some vibrating coming from possibly the front of the car while accelerating and even worse when not accelerating and the car is just moving. it shakes the whole car and it can also be felt through the steering wheel. it can even be felt at low speeds 15-25 mph.

      my explorer rode so smooth before now the difference in the way it drives makes me want to not want to drive it at the moment.

      what could the issue be ? any help would be appreciated.
       
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    3. Jason94sport

      Jason94sport Well-Known Member

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      Worn suspension, shocks & bushings. Bent a rim, bad tires, bad drive shaft u joints. Could be anything you have to try to localize it.
      Could even be a bad brake caliper, or wheel bearings.
       

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