i have a humming vibration from 55 to 74. sort of loud like when you hit rummble strips on side of the road? yesterday id figure i blow out exhaust , so getting on to northway i dropprd it to netural, and floored the gas , it hesitated reved some but sounded like it wanted to quit, and would not let me give it full hard pedal to what i call blow out the system.any one know what this is or could be ? is there a carbon filter or something i can do to stop this humming vibration? ive been out of work no money and i can use a mechanic any help would be greatly appreciated thank brian
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2000 Ford Explorer Question: humming sound between 55 74mph
Answer #1Bret Bodas from RepairPal Test Shop, November 18, 2009, 13:37Master
The source of the humming would need to be found, then a fix can be determined. These types of problems are hard to diagnose because you have to be driving over 55 mph to make it occur, and to try and determine without driving it is impossible.
Answer #2vassago February 19, 2010, 09:34Rookie
check the tires dude!