really awful
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
0 miles

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1998 Ford F-250 suspension problems

suspension problem

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1998 Ford F-250 Owner Comments

problem #2

Apr 012005


  • Automatic transmission
  • miles


Alarm goes off for no reason. Door open, light is on all the time. Also, check engine light comes on then goes off. Loud noise in rear end when starting off.

- Kings Mountain, NC, USA

problem #1

Nov 201998

F-250 4WD

  • miles
Have had 4 failures in the rear suspension system. First time, the traction bars were making a horrible metal-metal creaking/grinding noise; traction bars were replaced. Second time the entire bracket bolted to the frame came loose, sliding and banging around on the frame; tractions bars, traction bar brackets, and traction bar bolts all replaced. Third time air spring (air ride suspension) leaked down and caused the truck to pull to one side (truck was not level; driver's side rear rode very low, passenger side front rode very high); air spring was replaced. Fourth time the traction bar (passenger side) broke; service center not open, plan on taking it in tomorrow. Rear window seal has been 'fixed' twice, yet continues to leak water into the cab, last time shorting out some aftermarket electronics behind the rear seat. Braking at highway speed (50-75) results in a front-end vibration, rotors were turned by the dealer recently due to a front disc brake problem that resulted in the inside pad wearing down to bare metal and much grinding (wear indicators are on the outside pad and were not engaged (squeaking); so they were not indicating pads needed replacement). The other side pads were worn non-parallel to the pad backing (pad was thicker on one edge than the other).

- Colorado Springs, CO, USA

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