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88,600 miles
Total Complaints:
5 complaints

Most Common Solutions:

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2011 Ford F-350 suspension problems

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2011 Ford F-350 Owner Comments

problem #5

Jun 012022

F-350 Super Duty 3.7L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 80,000 miles


When I turn on the ramp to highway, 3 times it has gone into steering wobble and I had to pull to side and come to stop to be able to keep under control - a very very dangerous situation. I changed steering stabilizer and thought it was fixed - but it's still doing it.

- karondill, Waterloo, US

problem #4

Mar 182020

F-350 King Ranch 6.7L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 112,000 miles

While driving at high speeds, the vehicle enters into a death wobble that is extremely dangerous.

- Jack M., Kenner, US

problem #3

Dec 122012

F-350 Lariat 6.7L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 35,000 miles

I purchased this truck in May 2016 without much research of issues. I bought one brand new in 2002 and loved it so I finally got another. After first week had a death wobble experience and thought the front end was coming off the truck. I then started replacing front end part after many death wobbles and a lot of parts. it seems to be ok now, but still have a shake most of the time. I have replaced: All shocks, Steering stabilizers, Ball joints, Universal joints, Rotors and brakes, Hub bearings, Drag link, both ends New tires Front end alignments,

Again I haven't had the death wobble anymore but truck not comfortable for long trips, shakes to much still. Any ideas???

- Brad M., Port Saint Lucie, US

problem #2

Nov 102016

F-350 XLT 6.7L PowerStroke

  • Automatic transmission
  • 130,000 miles

At about 65 MPH the front end abruptly began shaking VIOLENTLY. Other vehicles quickly backed/steered away from my truck. I had to slow down to under 40 for it to stop. Very discouraging. This $50,000 truck is 6 years old and has 130,000 miles on it, nearly all highway miles. My last F350, a 2001, is still on the road with 300,000+ miles on it. From what I’ve read here and elsewhere it sounds unlikely the problem can/will be permanently fixed. I’m not driving a death trap on the highway, so it looks like a BRAND CHANGE for me, probably Dodge, much as I find them the ugliest trucks anyone could have dreamed up, and I hear even the new ones handle like refrigerators. I’m just amazed that Ford will not face this problem head on and has chosen to deny it instead. Echoing other posts, how many HIGHWAY FATALITIES will it take to force Ford to take responsible action. Another person posted the suggestion below which I totally plan on doing.

"Please, please, please, make official complaints with the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin (online or via phone @ 888-327-4236), with Ford via their corporate office, and through any other venue that will let you share your story. We are helpless alone, but together we can make them listen.”

- Walter A., Orleans, MA, US

problem #1

Oct 312015

F-350 SuperDuty 6.2L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 86,000 miles

Violent front end shake occurs after hitting small bumps at or above 55 MPH. Vehicle shakes until slowed to 25 mph. Ford is aware of problem but needs to be forced into recalling these vehicles.

- Jon K., Stittville, NY, US

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