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Old 08-10-2009, 03:31 PM   #1
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Front end vibration

We have noticed a front end vibration when accelerating at lower speeds like up to 55. It just started happening. We have Winnebago with a Frieghtliner Cummins 340 Diesel pusher. Anyone have a suggestion????
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my 04 ds with freightliner ch had factory recall on steering box i dont have the notice any more but recall was made in 08
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andi, check to see it the power steering hose is unobstructed and not kinked or twisted any where. The flluid trying to force it's way past the kink fast enough to push the piston will cause a vibration in the steering sector.
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We have noticed a front end vibration when accelerating at lower speeds like up to 55. It just started happening. We have Winnebago with a Frieghtliner Cummins 340 Diesel pusher. Anyone have a suggestion????
What year is your coach, how many miles?
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