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Steering wheel vibration in Ford Territory

Asked by David Dastolto

I have recently test driven a couple of Ford Territory diesels, one a 2014 model, the other a 2015, and have noticed a vibration in the steering wheel when in Drive and at the lights or parked. Vibration goes away when in Neutral or Park. It's fine when driving. I have a 2011 Territory diesel and it doesn't vibrate when it stops in Drive. Your thoughts?

Answered by CarsGuide

28 Oct 2016 Graham Smith

There no difference between the models that I can think of that would cause the later ones to vibrate as you describe. I would check the idle speed in Drive to make sure it's not too low.

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