We welcome your submissions. 2 Power Tool I have a 2017 F 250 and have experienced the death wobble at least 5 times…. It appears to have solved my Death Wobble problem. I was on the highway going the speed limit 75 mph and I felt it start and thought here we go again. This lawsuit alleges Ford has concealed and omitted information about suspension and steering problems in 2005-2019 Ford trucks. Test the damper for lag/lash. Very Un Happy!…. But you have to wait till the first of December like for a jeep. It is obvious that Ford’s OEM SS is an inferior garbage product, and they KNOW IT! It was a mess, luckily nobody was hurt. For the curious, I intend to remove the Kelderman before delivering it to the dealership for two reasons: I don’t want to give Ford any reason to abuse me, and I want them to install the FOX ATS single stabilizer at their cost. Typically, death wobble is an issue that plagues these vehicles, making Ram and Ford trucks more susceptible than GM's current offerings. Ford has a Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) #18- 2268 with a list of parts to correct the problem. It is evident that Ford has recalled ALL of the steering stabilizers in the supply chain. I had my 2017 F250 in the shop less then 3,000 miles ago and the truck started doing the death wavelength two weeks ago again!!! 1/2″ I am very concerned. https://www.mccunewright.com/thank-you/contact/ Reference this https://www.carcomplaints.com/news/2019/ford-truck-death-wobble-lawsuit-f-250-f-350.shtml. 5C3Z-3B440-EEE Seems as though Ford is at fault. Moonlight Diesel offers three kits. No it won’t fix it. I have a relative that worked for Ford back many yrs and have conferred with them of the problem, they said the same thing I’m saying and they know what the problem is their BANKING that most if not a minuet few they will have to be repaired because most will be out of warranty, which they will have the upper hand on with those pickups. About to put a third front end on. i have had many new trucks. So glad I found this Forum, I have been a Ford fan all my life and have owned over 30 vehicles. Subscribe to Ford Authority I own a 2017 F250 king Ranch that I purchased brand new in Dec 2017. Tell me how I improperly maintained an 11 month old truck? Cotter Pin I am not sure if you are aware of it or not but it didn’t just start happening on 2005 models. Replaced EVERY tierod end and the stabilizer. I had never heard the term prior. They replaced every tie rod end and the stabilizer. Repair/Claim Coding This article really helps out. A day later and several hours wasted I find out that I’m not the only one trying to figure this out. Only mention this as many people don’t know what else is out there to help. Appears to have corrected it. 2,000 miles later, it’s starting to do it again. I have a call into service manager at my local ford dealer who is very good to deal with but I’m a bit worried that nothing is gonna help this time. MIGHT HAVE TO MOVE TO GM. Complained many times, changed many steering parts, tires, shocks, air pressures you name it, changed. If you have your truck aligned and raise the castor to +4 degrees you virtually eliminate the problem. I have a 2019 f259 with 8000 miles and this happened to me once on the highway at 75 mph scared the shit out of me just dropped it off at my ford dealer to be repaired guess I will see what happens when I get it back, I have a 2019 f250 with 8000 miles and this happened to me once on the highway at 75 mph scared the shit out of me just dropped it off at my ford dealer to be repaired guess I will see what happens when I get it back, Have a 2015 f-250 Super Duty had acquired the death wobble at 96,000 miles after several pothole incidents. !No pro-Active check!! It is just uncontrollable. Never one cause. with aftermarket parts including new Fox shocks and it is an entirely new truck-they’ve never had a truck come back with the problem again…been battling the wobble for years. I was, like, ‘Dear God, let me get through this. I am beyond frustrated with Ford. So far this has not hurt Ford or they wouldn’t keep playing the odds and have been since 2005. High School or GED. I recently took it ~100 miles to pick up a mower and trailer. I hired alex Simanovsky and associates LLc lemon law attorney he’s an in line att. Your other option is to get Ford, through the Customer Care department, to tell your dealer service center to install a high quality SS. They say they need to replace the steering damper (safety issue). You can read more about their 2020 full-size pickup truck recommendations here. My 2018 F-205 did this yesterday doing 75, I thought a tire had blown out !! The problem still exists. Government needs to step their ass up to the plate and shut these trucks down before they kill people! I initially noticed loose steering with the vibration back in Nov 2019. At 48000 miles the steering stabilizer was again replaced along with drag links due to excessive wear. in all 8 of my wobbles three i came across the center lane before i could stop and the others off road in the ditch. Ford has not issued a recall or proper fix even though there have been numerous complaints. “Fix my truck with the available aftermarket parts. It’s not uncommon for vehicles to sway about during high speeds. Sounds like allot of bS bro! I want to know what Ford is waiting for to issue a recall. Have a safety problem? I took it to the Ford truck dealership, Auburn Ford, Auburn California. My 2005 done it when it was new and my dealer put the steering shock on it like the 2004 and it took care of it. The vehicle then begins to violently wobble and shake while driving, causing the driver to lose control. Since I am not able to deliver my truck to Tucson until late March 2020, I am getting the ball rolling now in the hope that everything will be in place by then. If they balk or argue, my argument is going to be, “You need to cover ALL these potential contributing factors because your first attempted fix, that being implementation of TSB 19-2274, clearly was woefully inadequate to insure the safety of me, my wife, my dog and any passengers riding in my vehicle, not to mention other vehicles on the road should my truck become uncontrollable due to the occurrence of DEATH WOBBLE or as Ford calls it SUSTAINED STEERING WHEEL OSCILLATION.” I will add that if they fail to replace all these parts and check tire balance that I will consider them acting in BAD FAITH. Took it to the dealer for fix to weeks before Thanksgiving. i have had this problem with a 2011 2015 nut not on my 2019 yet waiting for ford to own up to the problem and have a recall and fix the problem . I received a recall for my 2007 F-250 probably 10 yrs ago stating owner must check tire pressure regularly and to slow down when it happened. Ford trucks are known to be built “Ford Tough,” but owners of Ford’s Super Duty F-250/350 pickup trucks have suffered a severe issue for the past 15 years. It’s only a matter of time until someone dies. The drag link, spindles and many other parts have been replaced. I’ve hat my 2016 F250 repaired under warranty twice in the last year. I had a 17 that did it consistently and my 19 f250 just did it the first time. Death wobble is cause by worn or defective suspension components. This is a serious issue. Got mine last week. The dealership now refuses to return my calls and says there is nothing else that can be done. and now the update damper ,which has been updated several times is now on back order, so I drive my truck and im careful when I see bumps in the road, until I can get the up dated damper or another fix that ford doesn’t have yet.i now have 40,000 on my truck. Looks like it became a problem when they went to coil springs to improve the ride in 2005+ as the Dodge 3/4T + had a similar problems on their 1994+ models. just asking to fix the problem.. Long story short it worked, dealer bought the truck back with some damages. 1/4o Adjuster Assembly Death wobble here 2009 f 350 4×4 dully, freakishly scary in a truck this big, every time you get confident bam there it is. Do you think that after the Firestone Wilderness AT debacle ANY manufacturer would put “seconds” on a car or truck? I had to slow down to 55, or just a touch faster, in order to stay in the lane. My truck has 28,000 miles on it and coming home Christmas Eve night I thought the front tire were coming off the truck. I have been violently shaken nearly off the road on 3 separate occasions and at least 6-8 times with sever wobble where I had to brake to about 5-10 mph to bring the vehicle out of the wobble. Appears to have fixed it for now. Parts start to wear on day one of use so the suspension and alignment design needs to be such that unit continues to work well as parts get to the end of their life which should be over 100,000 mi is my opinion. A chronic suspension problem is known as the “death wobble.” Death wobble is a frightening experience when the truck shakes aggressively after hitting a bump or groove in the pavement at highway speeds. No body could solve it or about 5 years. Just recently I had the stabilizer bar ( trackbar) replaced, along with the ball joint. Thank goodness it was covered under our extended waranty. It needs to be included into the lawsuit. He’s the service manager at NTB. Proceed to Step 7. No it’s not right and Ford has long found profit’s over ethics to be their business slogan. A new class action lawsuit alleges that Ford Super Duty pickup trucks are equipped with defective suspension components and steering linkage systems, causing them to vibrate and shake in what the lawsuit has dubbed a “death wobble.”. Shopping. The truck “wobbled” at 15,000 miles. This is the best advertising GMC has ever had. The front end was again alined bet the steering still pulls to the right, feels exactly like it has from day one. Recalls & Safety Issues. The Ford track bar repair kit is for 2005 and newer Ford Super Duty trucks. Matt how many miles have you put on the truck after replacing parts with aftermarket parts and not OEM parts. A friend was researching and found the body mounts on all these trucks are poor quality and wear out after about a yr. Ford wouldn’t admit it and did not offer to look into the problem thus had to fix ourselves. Needs to be a safe solution. Here’s what you should know about the Ford Super Duty death wobble. To explain, my 2019 F-350 6.7l 4×4 first exhibited DW/SSWO at just shy of 15,000 miles whereupon I took it to a dealership in Tucson, AZ where they “determined” that the only identifiable defective component was the steering stabilizer. i got it on my 2010 ford at about 100,000 miles. We all know that is not going to happen, they are just going to point the finger. It has a little give in the steering but other than that it’s all good. We are currently looking for experienced automotive journalists and editors to join our team. Took it to Basin Tire the do nothing but tires and suspension work.The issue? The question is, are these trucks with the death wobble mostly diesels? They replaced the steering dampener twice and said that they received a service bulletin saying that the damper is the problem. Sigh me up !! I was told by service manager that everyone they have fixed has not come back for service. This is the first time on a 65 mph road and it was just terrible. Y Helps you hold on. 2002 F250 7.3 PS SC LB 4X4 Auto. Does the Death Wobble with Ford F-250 trucks involve both gas & diesel trucks or only the diesel trucks? Anyone else take it in to get fixed? You better get a lawyer because it’s all over dealerships now this truck is not worth a damn and the value has dropped significantly. '” This situation has been the subject of multiple news reports across the country. Ford filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit, asserting the plaintiff didn’t have the facts to back the claims made, and that the plaintiff could not assert claims outside of California due to conflicts between various state laws. A steering stabilizer. Yes I did. Unbelievable, this was my last Ford pickup truck I ever bought (bought a total of 3x F350 new). I only have 15,500 miles on it. I have a 99 F350 super duty. Death wobble is the violent shaking of a truck after hitting a pothole whilst cruising at highway speeds. Took the truck home and had the wheels checked and they were all balanced. Dealership may have actually fixed it after many attempts. Only fix is they need to recall this junk and give all owners opportunity to get there money back and time and inconvenient it has been not alone the payment being made! My 2017 F250 6.2L with 30,000 miles has never had the wobble. I haven't had a problem since. Worked at Ford Store when the Firestone tires were recalled up to a max of 45,000 miles. A lawsuit claims certain 2005-2019 Ford F-250 and F-350 vehicles can experience a "death wobble" as the result of defects in their suspension and/or steering systems. Most of which were Fords. And they want to talk about cybertruck killing people because of strait lines!! When this happened to me I thought we were going to get killed. There is no difference between a 17 and a 19. I wish it had more grease fittings like the Chevrolet but I guess most Americans are way to stupid to take care of required maintenance so Ford went the low maintenance accessibility route is my guess. The lawsuit includes current and former owners, as well as lessees of 2005 to 2019 Ford Super Duty F-250 and F-350 pickups. 15 mm Deep Socket The A arm bushing, ball joints, tie rods, shocks, were all replaced by various shops, nothing helped at all. When shopping for an HD truck this past Spring I purposely avoided Dodges with the Quadra-Link after fighting death Wobble on my previous two Jeeps over the years, lol. I know for a fact the factory tires don’t compare to the same tire from a retail store. dont complain about your 29 year old truck. Not one issue since. So, now what? These mother fuckers will burn in Hell for the treatment of others! I’ll eat the $600 for the Kelderman, which I intend to reinstall after they install the FOX ATS. First he was asking if my tire pressure was exactly right cold?! 2018 F250. In the meantime, Stoogenke said if you have the death wobble: Take the truck to the dealer, if even if it’s just to document the problem. I’ve called several times and several customer support lines and they do whatever it takes to put you off and I’m still getting the runaround. I thought it was the high torque and being used to my “driving vehicle”. Once the damper is shot, death wobble will happen every time you hit a bad piece of road at 45mph or higher. To me, they are the ONLY and PRIME market. Many people refer to such SS’s as “aftermarket”. No – proceed to Step 3. Completed in early January 2019 after a week in the shop. Right side. I had the same issue in my 2006 f-350 . Will talk around to mechanics to see what to do. August 26, 2019, 12:37 pm Aftermarket equipment should not be removed without customer consent and removal is not a warrantable action. Now has a bad clunking noise when you turn to the right. I will say, this is the best dealer I’ve ever worked with and would recommend them to anyone. W525288-S437 I examined the old stabilizer with a service advisor. I put a new heavy duty track bar and dual steering stabilizers on 2 weeks ago. I own a 2017 f250 6.7ltr I started getting the dw at about 30thousand kms I’ve had it in for repair 4 times they keep replacing front end parts now i have 68thousand kms warranty is over the ford dealer service mgr told me he couldn’t fix it and i need to install after market parts my cost what can i do, Call ford and get a case file started. He said it was the (seconds) that Ford puts on there trucks. Replaced the shocks. I have a 2005 350 if I’m driving over 55 and hit a bump or uneven road I get the death wobble. Still have the issue and they claimed it was due to faulty tires. In the lawsuit, that’ll get some attention. 2019 f250 with 17k miles, this issue angers me beyond measures. Why the fuk somebody wants to keep dumping money in these piece of shits I’d beyond me! myself. view details; mar 22, 2019 - palm coast, fl - steering experiencing a severe front end shimmy, also known as the death wobble. We are looking to purchase a 2019 gas Ford F-250. It informs these technicians of conditions that may occur on some vehicles, or provides information that could assist in proper vehicle service. Multiple alignments and attempts with thousands of dollars invested Solutions or fixes depend on what the causes are upon diagnosis. I took the truck in for service this morning, they said they will take a look at it that, and they are aware of this problem happening. I’ve had that problem on my 2014 for three years now. I just went on RockAuto.com and looked at the front shock design for a 2019 Ford Super Duty, RWD and 4X4 drive appears to use the same shock mount (rubber donut sandwich design as my 2002 Dodge Ram RWD, which uses the same basic design as the 4×4. assembly for windshield wipers and several other parts also. Also never run a solid axle with worn or soft shocks as it will suddenly change lanes or send you off the road on a slippery or icy road without warning on the slightest road imperfection. The next day the truck was taken back to the dealer Cook Ford in Texas City, Texas. My new 2018 F250 just hit 12000 miles and went into a death wobble going 78mph down Interstate.almost smashed into the side of semi. And it actually fixed the problem? I expect to have to pony up the $815 for these two parts, but I would like Ford to install them and realign the truck. It has less than 30K miles. I have used the truck for worK in more then 20 states as I traveled off road following utility pole lines in every train throughout the United States. Bottom line these are high maintenance vehicles and if you can’t afford the upkeep don’t buy one. It can lead to accidents as the immediate response from the driver is to apply the brakes as if it is an emergency stop. Had aligned & and retest, drove-no issues”. I’m not driving mine due to risking someone else’s life and possibly mine but I have a strategic location that’s going to get a lot of attention in the next few weeks if this nonsense continues with me(Vehicle wraps). I recently took mine to dealership and had steering damper and bushings changed as well. 3. I can not safely drive this vehicle like this. We need a huge lawsuit that hurts them financially, then maybe they will make it right, we do not need to feel like David against Goliath. Ford needs to find a fix for this and resolve this.. it’s just a matter of time someone will die from it. i have 2017 f 350 super duty lariat had death wobble twice. When shopping for an HD truck this past Spring I purposely avoided Dodges with the Quadra-Link after fighting death Wobble on my previous two Jeeps over the years, lol. We have a 2015 F250 with 76,000. I also called the National Highway and Safety hotline to report the issue, 1-888-327-4236. The dealership wanted to give me a trade in on a new truck to settle the loss, I accepted a 2018 Dodge and I’m done with this. In October they secured a replacement stabilizer in 12 hours. This often results in Ford failing to honor the truck’s warranty through no fault of the owner. Ford won’t do what’s needed (which would be an admission of guilt) and their oem tolerance specs are useless so don’t waste your time…oh and expect to spend 2-3k. or do Have to pay for the repairs that Ford already know there is an issue? Had it a week before having my 1st Death Wobble episode, mind you I don’t drive it very much. Wow! It’s not uncommon for vehicles to sway about during high speeds. I spoke to the service advisor who told me that he had personally seen steering stabilizers replaced as many as FIVE times on a single truck, and he’d seen them fail in as little as 500 miles after replacement. I love my truck but at this rate spending so much on repairs that I can’t enjoy it. So violent at times that truck is uncontrollable, last time I had to go in a ditch. Death Wobble with Trucks have been around quite awhile now. Has the death wobble. This is the most disturbing thing to me since my $70,000 truck as become one of those affected by the problem. I would suggest michelins vs Bridgestones which wobble after about 40 K. Take home is there is NEVER one cause. The truck was bought with 800 miles on it at 1000 miles I brought it in because the truck was pulling to the left , I thought it was an alignment issue . how does a person join the death wobble suite ? No – repeat Step 6 until a steering linkage damper is received with a package date code on or after 01-May- 2018. I’m due for tires. Thanks Ford for putting our lives in danger when you know there is an issue. ADD ME to this suit. N/A. Only just last year, Ford instructed dealers to replace the steering damper in 2017 to 2019 model trucks if an owner complains of the death wobble. Left side Actually got it out of the shop on a Friday and returned it on a Monday after multiple Death Wobbles over the weekend and was out of alignment. I got out to check to see if I blew a tire but they were fine. I’m afraid fords not repairing the root problem only resulting damage. we had put shocks on right before the wobble began , no problems now but spent a lot of money for nothing, i also had a friend who experienced it on a 3015 f 250 4×4 he changed the whole front and it went away but it may have just been a shock, Yes sir you right just replace for most strong shocks and solve the problem and replace every 50 k. I had several occurances before 30k, the dealer said the words “death wobble”. Tell them they put the tires on there so it’s still their fault. The procedures should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers”. The end result in last truck was that after new track bar and bushing, steering stabilizer, shocks, ball joints there was still wobble. The Track Bars are also crap…they flex and the bushings are inferior. A minor to violent shaking of the truck that can occur over 45mph when hitting a minor road bump. I have a 2017 F350 SRW diesel crewcab, I thought I got one that wouldn’t fall prey to the death wobble. Putting my after market parts on and fixing At that point, I bought a Harder Urethane Shock mount kit, and it’s been happy now. The dampener didn’t work next day it did it after that repair second time don’t know what they did but it felt fixed until today on interstate I do t even recall hitting a bump it just started shaking violently cars started getting away from me It didn’t quit until I hit hazard lights pulled over to 35mph. Speaking of things going bam how about them cab mounts only 91,000 miles. I own. The warranty was over 10 years ago I suspect this may be a $400 fix for Ford so they are resisting. Search for Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury recalls using your VIN, or contact our Customer Relationship Center at … Torque Wrench Got a couple K on it last week with no problem. 2006 ford f250 super duty.. Death wobble. They put in a new one, presumably manufactured after May 2018 for those of you in the know, and checked my alignment which was spot on with high caster, +4.0L and +4.3R. thanks for sharing this article it was very helpful. Here are their notes on the repair paperwork. The steering wheel is known to rattle so hard the driver has no control of the vehicle. I had the death wobble in my 2019 f250. In that time, my truck has gone from a rattletrap in the front end and steering to a confident feeling joy to drive. Service Procedure The dealership now refuses to return my calls and says there is nothing else that can be done. It’s just like the Detroit Lions, Ford dynasty does not hire the right people and fires the good people. Hang on to that steering wheel if any slight deviation in the road. Consumer Reports produces a report of the best full-size pickup trucks each year. No room to pull over. Solutions or fixes depend on what the causes are upon diagnosis. Some Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty truck drivers are calling the experience the "Death Wobble." The first thing I did was have the tires rotated and balanced, a few days later it happened again. Would like to participate in the class action lawsuit. Own a 2018 Ford F350 diesel. I installed a Kelderman Dual setup using two FOX 2.0 SS’s. Death wobble occurs at various speeds; 45 mph thru 70 mph when hitting a small bump (2 inches). Had no choice but to drive off the interstate into the grass median as there was no safe spot to pull over and nearly lost control and crashed into two tractor trailers. You offer excellent advice. I asked them to check out my steering stabilizer and components. Now the truck has a constant vibration in the front wheels at 65mph (truck has only 11,000 miles on it and has not seen much towing, only light duty use). It is sounding more and more like the “rumor” I’ve been hearing (reading) that Ford has recalled all the steering stabilizers in the supply chain is a reality and not a rumor. Dealership could not put OEM parts on the truck and had to use aftermarket steering damper. dealership service department, they do not employ automotive engineers. Experienced the death wobble. I love my trucks but my kids are more important. and alignment because of the shims. The vehicle identification number tells you if your car is affected. I haven’t seen any reports confirming this probability. Add us to this. My 2019 F250 began the “Death Wobble” at 34,500 miles. (2). This is not a minor issue. No more death wobble . This motion was absorbed by further crushing of the bottom rubber donut shock mount (at top of shock), then upon lowering the wheel, that lower would increase in length while the upper was now compressed. I told him that I’d really like to have Ford buy a FOX ATS stabilizer and install it. I took it to the dealer and was told I was within drive train warranty but it would not cover death wobble replacement parts. My own dealership in Tucson acquired a SS in October and installed it on my 2019 F-350 6.7l 4×4 at 15k miles, but this new one went bad in 3K miles at 18k miles. My 2019 F250 began the “Death Wobble” at 34,500 miles. Had my mechanic go through it and he added all new parts in front end, and an after market steering stabilizer. This evening on the interstate, we hit a bump and thought I blew a tire. Via: Ford Media. The truck runs GREAT … read more. I own a 2019 F-350 4×4 6.7l diesel purchased in December 2018. I have a 2017 F250 and it has the death wobble starting at about 40,000 miles just passed warrant. It is absolutely shocking that Ford is taking so long on this and I’m surprised that their attorney’s have not issued a do not drive warning which, of course, we all would ignore. I’ve never been happy with the stiff steering on my 2018 F350. 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