Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
New steering box ,new pump same hose ,has cooler . no clunks stock stablizer joints all good . is their a pressure valve .been like this for years trying to fix
There 2 things that i would recommend first you need to check turnning force on your ball joints. Remove both front tires and unhook the tie rods at the knuckles.Position one of the axle u-joint caps at the 12 0'clock position on the side your checking. Take a pull scale(one like you use for fishing) it has to go over 25lbs and hook it to the tie rod hole on the knuckle an pull it toward you. The pulling force should not be more than 25lbs if it is the ball joints need to be replaced. If it passes i would the caster on your alignment( caster adjustment is primarly ease or steering and high speed stability. to much positive caster can make steering hard(think of a shopping cart it has alot of negative caster thats why they turn so easy}
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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Loosen bleeder valves on the front
calipers. Attach tubing/hose to the valve. Put other end of tube in
a container with an inch or 2 of fluid (to prevent air from getting
sucked back in)
Top off master cylinder reservoir,
and put cover back on.
Have a helper apply some pressure on the brake, fluid will squirt out of the hose. Then tighten the valve while your helper keeps pressure on the pedal.
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