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Old 06-18-2007, 22:05   #1 (permalink)
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Question 1990 T-Bird

I just got a 1990 Thunderbird, base model, and for some reason, I really can't explain it, but it seems like it is vibrating a bit. It might just be me, and its hard for me to explain it. Does anyone have any clue what I am talking about?
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I just got a 1990 Thunderbird, base model, and for some reason, I really can't explain it, but it seems like it is vibrating a bit. It might just be me, and its hard for me to explain it. Does anyone have any clue what I am talking about?
Steering wheel vibration??? Vibration when brakes are applied??? What speed does it occur at???
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It seemed like it did it when I put it in drive. Though, and I am embarrased when I say this, I think it may of been because I could not fully apply the break when I test-drove it. It has the electric seats, and the person who drove the car before me was obviously a much greater height then I was and the seat had moved to slow, I got impatient and could not fully apply the break or even the gas to any great amount.
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