Question about 1997 Dodge Dakota
Im not sure whats wrong. I replaced the inner tie rod ends about 2 months ago, im sure i need an alignment as well. But the tires howl and the ride is rough, except when i corner to the right everything smooths and quiets down, anyone know if its an alignment, or god forbid my wheel bearings?
I'd say get the alignment done first, and hope you have'nt ruined the tires already. Alignment problems can also wear out bearings prematurely. Start with a rotation of the tires & alignment.
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