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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 ram 1500 4WD with
Have you checked you Unit bearing assembly? ( wheel bearings)
I get in lots of mud and have changed mine out twice already. Warm up the bearings and jack it up on the front end and grab the tire on the top and the bottom ,If it has a lot of slack it then you will probably need to change it. Spin the wheel and see if you can hear it clicking.
If it is a bad unit bearing, the one on the other side will be soon to follow.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
Look behind front wheel for rod that attaches to spindle/knuckle, and moves your wheel back & forth from steering rack. The tie rod (outer) is the piece attached on the end, that is threaded on that rod, and attaches to the spindle/knuckle, behind the wheel. Grab your tire and try to wiggle it hard from side to side. (hands at 3 & 9 o'clock ) Push with one hand while pulling with the other. If there is slop, or play, you have probably got a bad tie rod end, which you can observe it move by looking at where it attaches, while someone else wiggles it. Maybe this picture will help you I.D. it.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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