Ford Drivers Wondering Why Still No Recall For Persistent Death Wobble
The infamous “Death Wobble” is nothing new. Several different makes and models have had an issue with it over the years. Usually, the automaker recalls the vehicle and provides a solution. But Ford customers are wondering why Ford has not fixed the death wobble in its vehicles yet.
For those who may not know, the death wobble occurs when a vehicle’s steering wheel shakes violently so much so that the vehicle can’t be driven. As you can imagine, that’s incredibly dangerous. And while the problem usually occurs in older vehicles, Ford is having the issue in its newer pickup trucks.
Straight from the dealership owners have had the issue on their 2005-2019 F-250s and F-350s. Fortunately, there haven’t been any deaths with the problem but there have been at least 12 accidents or injuries with the 1200+ filed complaints to the NHSTA. Consequently, a class-action lawsuit has been opened up against Ford.
There hasn’t been much information on the progress of the claims but we can’t blame Ford owners for wanting an answer and a fix.