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The steering wheel shakes when i turn it far left and right when turning around the corners of the roads

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That could be very dangerous. It could be bad wheel beaings or a broken suspension part. Could also be something wrong with the power steering but be safe and get this checked out by a shop asap.

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it could be tht the exhaust pipe is loose and therefor makes shaking and kinda banging noise. hope i helped! ;-)

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Check the U-joints and axle baerings. But its most likely because the truck is in four wheel drive.

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SOURCE: steering wheel turns to right by itself all the way around

Sounds like a malfunctioning valve in the system...sometimes replacing the fluid (do at least twice to get it all out) will help but many times it requires rack replacement. If you want to attempt fluid change just remove low pressure hose and drain (low one does not have pressure fitting, just a clamp) Re-fill and run, then do it again. If problem does not change within a few hours of driving, likely it will not.

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I'd start by checking the brake pads and brake disks

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Front shocks are week

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Well, short of hurting your feelings.

When you brake you hear a strange noise. The sounds brakes may make, should be something you are familair with.

When doing 45 mph plus, the car starts to shake. Now tell me, youv'e not experienced this many times in your life!

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