Re: A challenge for all
Ford took it for a test drive, but obviously they can't appreciate how very different the car is now compared to 2 weeks ago.
It doesn't vibrate too much when idling, but picture this scenario.
I turn on the engine - everythings fine. Then accelerate but don't get as much acceleration as usual, so it takes longer, and I have to press the accelerator more to keep the car at 60, as it slows down more when I take the foot of the pedal. The gears are slow to change, and the change is dramatic so I can really FEEL the change and it's like going over a bump every time. I can really feel the road underneath- much more than usual, so it becomes a rough ride, and at times I feel the car "wobbling" a little, particularly right after a turn. Fuel efficiency is normal, it's easy to start the car.
Ford replaced the transmission fluid (due to fluid "burn"), had a visual inspection of suspension, performed wheel alignment, rotated and balanced wheels. They did other things too, of course, but they were things that may have contributed to the problem.
So there is some more information. What could be the problem?