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Old 06-26-2005, 20:01   #1 (permalink)
Teodor
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vibration when traction force is needed

Hi
I would appreciate any response on my inquiry.
A week ago I had my Focus 2001 to the delaership for the front spring
coils replacement. Since that day when I push the gas pedal after
putting the car ingear I am experenencing a noise/vibration when the
car moves forward from a stop position. It is like grinding and has to
do with traction because it is felt much more when I have to move from
a stop position in an uphill road. It is more in the drivers side.
Please give me any insight

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