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#1 lugo

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 05:44 PM

hi all. bit of a stab in the dark but never know.

theres a noise on my 1.8 tdci focus. bit of a loud drone.builds up as i accelerate,worst at 55mph stops alittle after this. i have tried takin her out of gear at speed this makes no difference. as does engine speed. there is a very slight vibration with it but cant really track it down . would say its from the front of the car.

there is no probs with the steering. handles ok to.

have been told that an anti roll bar bush is slightly worn would this be the prob??

any help would be much apprieciated

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#2 artscot79

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Posted 23 April 2010 - 09:58 PM

hi all. bit of a stab in the dark but never know.

theres a noise on my 1.8 tdci focus. bit of a loud drone.builds up as i accelerate,worst at 55mph stops alittle after this. i have tried takin her out of gear at speed this makes no difference. as does engine speed. there is a very slight vibration with it but cant really track it down . would say its from the front of the car.

there is no probs with the steering. handles ok to.

have been told that an anti roll bar bush is slightly worn would this be the prob??

any help would be much apprieciated

lugo


ide have the wheel bearings checked sounds likel;y another possibility is the cv joints needing repacked with grease

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Posted 25 April 2010 - 05:41 PM

thanx for that


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