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Vibration In Gas Pedal


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Originally Posted by Jeff-Ohio A technician at the local dealership confirmed what I'm feeling this morning, but he didn't know ...


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Old 03-03-2017, 08:12 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Jeff-Ohio View Post
A technician at the local dealership confirmed what I'm feeling this morning, but he didn't know if it was irregular for a Raptor or not. He said he would be told by Ford to drive a like vehicle to get a comaparison, but that is virtually impossible since there are no extra Raptors sitting around on dealer lots. I will give them a few days to research the issue and then I will take it back and maybe have them put it on a lift to see if they can see any vibration from below??? It sucks to have a new vehicle that isn't quite right.
I don't think any of these 17 Raptors were quite right... they were buikt, stripped, and rebuilt several times. In manufacturing this is terrible... never goes back together quite the same as on a line.
I feel bad for the many that got rid of bulletproof gen 1 trucks for these gen 2 question marks.




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Originally Posted by Sasquatch77 View Post
I don't think any of these 17 Raptors were quite right... they were buikt, stripped, and rebuilt several times. In manufacturing this is terrible... never goes back together quite the same as on a line.
I feel bad for the many that got rid of bulletproof gen 1 trucks for these gen 2 question marks.
I feel bad that the G2 owners have to read your bellyaching and letís not forget your wanton delight in others misfortune over in the transmission thread.

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Lots of 2015+ guys complain of the same thing.


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Lots of 2015+ guys complain of the same thing.
Jayzus! He/she internet trolls other F150 owners too? ;-)
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Any update on this?
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Originally Posted by Sasquatch77 View Post
I don't think any of these 17 Raptors were quite right... they were buikt, stripped, and rebuilt several times. In manufacturing this is terrible... never goes back together quite the same as on a line.
I feel bad for the many that got rid of bulletproof gen 1 trucks for these gen 2 question marks.
I have several buddies that got rid of there bulletproof Gen 1s...including me and love there Gen 2s with no buyers remorse.

Only common issue I have seen is an oil pan gasket leak, and the rear parking brake cable rubbing on the leaf spring bracket. Other then that a few misc issues. 20k trucks sold so far for 2017 model year.
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Originally Posted by Jeff-Ohio View Post
To all ..... I really appreciate everybody's help and support. I just got done driving a Limited edition F150 with a 10 speed tranny and it definitely does not exhibit the same issues that I am experiencing with my Raptor. I now have an appointment for this Friday to get things looked at. I will keep everybody posted on what I find out.
Whatever happened here? Same buzzy gas pedal.
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Originally Posted by byz250f View Post
I have several buddies that got rid of there bulletproof Gen 1s...including me and love there Gen 2s with no buyers remorse.



Only common issue I have seen is an oil pan gasket leak, and the rear parking brake cable rubbing on the leaf spring bracket. Other then that a few misc issues. 20k trucks sold so far for 2017 model year.


Same here love the truck but just trying to get the little bit of shake out of the pedal.


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If you hold the pedal tight against the floor, you'll never notice any vibration.
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Whatever happened here? Same buzzy gas pedal.
I apologize for not providing an update. I just dropped it off this morning at a different dealership because the other dealership wasn't able to fix the problem. I drove with their senior technician and he immediately said it was the exhaust causing the problem. I asked him if he had any doubts and he replied "no doubts at all". I really hope he is correct. I will report back as soon as I confirm that everything is fixed.
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