2005 mustang gt driveline vibration
I've been getting a vibration between 2000-3000rpm more noticeable when turning right. Ford has been having a hard time diagnosing it. So far they did a differential overhaul thinking it was the clutch pack, wasn't the problem. After putting chassis ears on they did say it was coming from the driveline and was going to change the driveshaft but, I discovered something that may help in figuring this out. I had parked the car on a sloped side of a building. This placed the right side of the car higher than the left, which kind-of mimics when I turn the wheel to the right by shifting the cars/engine weight to the left. When I started the car I got the vibration Iíve been talking about. To verify this I just jacked up the right side and revíd the engine to 2500rpm and there it was. Neither the wheels nor the driveshaft were spinning. So I donít think itís the driveshaft. When the car is on a flat surface itís not that noticeable but when the right side is up itís obvious. Any ideas? crankshaft? flywheel?