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Why would a 1987 Thunderbird vibrate for a second or two when reaching 50-55 or when you let off the gas?

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2011-04-19 01:59:01
2011-04-19 01:59:01

Sounds like a bad Universal Joint.SOMETIMES a bad Transmission Mount will do the same thing.

AnswerI know this sounds odd ! When was the last time you changed the plugs and wires? This happened to me and I changed them all out and gave it a tune up and it stopped.GOOD LUCK!

!!!!!!I really know the answer to that!!!!!! I got a 95 ford thunderbird LX 4.6 V8

You have to change the transmission filter and fluid. your fluid is, too. old.. the same thing happen to me, for the longest time, I am a mechanic my self but I never was able to find out what it was till I talk to my friend who specialize in fixing Ford,mercury and Lincon cars at the dealer. He told me So and guest what? He was right 100%

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