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Front end vibration

I have a 97 ram front end vibration starts at 45 mph but if i accelerate it stops when i decelerate it starts

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  • tomsdesk May 11, 2009

    ok also found slop in pass side front u joint could that cause vib

  • Spencer Kelly
    Spencer Kelly May 11, 2010

    i would start by having your tires balanced and then see where that takes you.

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Sounds like you got the D.W (death wobble)
It is usually caused by either a bad tire,an off balanced, worn bushings, bad tracbar or loose steering components.

Posted on May 12, 2009

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