Suspension Related Problems of the 2012 Ford F-250

Table 1 shows three common suspension related problems of the 2012 Ford F-250. The number one most common problem is related to the suspension (47 problems). The second most common problem is related to the ball joint (eight problems).

Table 1. Suspension related problems of Ford F-250

Problem Category Number of Problems
Suspension problems
Ball Joint problems
Suspension Torsion Bar problems

  Recently reported Suspension problems of the 2012 Ford F-250

The Suspension problem

When you are driving down the highway and reach about 50 mph the wheels on the truck shake uncontrollably and it jerks you off the highway almost causing a wreck.   Read details...

The Ball Joint problem

Vehicle mileage approximately 70,000. At speeds between 35-65 mph any minor bump will cause truck to begin to vibrate throughout the steering system and subsequently wobble violently. Applying the brakes makes it worse until the truck slows down below 35mph.   Read details...

The Suspension Torsion Bar problem

Tl the contact owns a 2012 Ford F-250 sd. While driving approximately 45 mph, the vehicle started to wobble violently. There were no warning indicators illuminated. The contact mentioned that the only way to stop the wobble was to reduce the speed.   Read details...

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