Question about 2001 Dodge Dakota
Sounds like something rattling in the wheel. I've replaced the hubs and front axles. Any ideas?
Other possible causes of your noise are ball joints, shocks, brake components. What type of noise? Does it change with speed? Over a certain type of bump? While braking, or not? For about an hours labour your dealer should be able to pinpiont your problem and estimate the repair.
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