I just purchased this vehicle. So, I am working on the bugs, right now. Wish I could afford a brand spanking new baby.
I rolled down the windows, to see if I could hear a bit more when it "shutters". I find that either the left or right tire will skip on bare pavement, causing the shutter feel. So, I am thinking a rear end diff lock. Remember, I was trying to say that this only happnes turning right or left and accelerating from a dead stop. A rear end diff lock would do this.
But, I think a limited clutch slip would also do this going straight forward.
Please, tell me of your opinion on this logic. With this added info: Would, the clutch packs in the rear cause the skipping tire upon turning right/left from a dead stop? Or, do you think it's a diff lock?
I did have this same symptoms on my 94 Bronco and All I know is this drive train shop charged me $1200 dollars to fix. The dealer mechanic was scratching his head, somewhat like I am, now.
Besides this ONE issue, I have NEVER had a problem with any FORD I have ever been in. Par for the course is, Oil every 3,000 gas, lube, and all systems go. This includes two Broncos I took over 250k a piece on.