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Slight gerk in the stearing wheel like the pump is loosing presur

It only has 100000 miles.
riding along at any speed the stearing is fine then you get a sudden let go feelin to it for a split second.

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    I had the same problem on mine and i had to change the steering box . i done that twice and it's fine now.

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Change out the steering box thats the only fix.

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These trucks have a common problem with the steering sensor located around the steering colum under the dash. you can find them in the HELP section at most parts stores.

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