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I have seen this in another Ford Expedition. Did the Check engine light come on, or has it been on for some time? Did your idle seem to be high occasionally in the recent past? With this limited information it sounds like a large vacuum leak that the computer has been able to compensate for until it got so bad that it could no longer keep up. Once the ...


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Usually when I hear what you are describing, I put the issue at the front end of the transmission, either with the front bearing or the carrier bearing supporting the input portion of the transmission. Here is my reasoning: Your description places the noise/vibration when the transmission is engaged in neutral, which means the clutch is engaged with the ...


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The best thing to do is to get the engine code checked. My guess is that it is an electrical problem. If the car runs fine and then shuts off randomly, It is definatley an electrical problem. Otherwise, check that your fuel injectors arent worn out/not working/working intermittently. The only other thing I can think of is a vaccuum leak. Check the hoses ...



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