Question about 2010 Dodge Charger
OK, i was at a 4 way stop, i turned left and when i went to go straight again. the front passeger tire was still turned @ 45 degrees while i can only steer the driver side wheel. I see a peice hanging down thats sitting on the inside of the tire rim as well. it looks like its the piece that steers the tire... as it still moves when i steer the wheel.. i had it towed to a cheap repair shop, what should i expect to be paying them as well?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Steering problem 1997 Dodge Ram
the half shaft does not need to go in a certain way, Just as long as you get it in all the way. when checking steering play to see where it is. It's best to leave the truck off. Turn ignition on but dont start to unlock steering column, Then look by driverside tire while your buddy just turns the wheel only the amount of free play it has. Just back and forth usually a few inchs. till it starts getting tight. "Look at the steering shaft and you will see it turning back and forth. Then Look at the output on the pitman arm. It should move back and forth with steering shaft. slower but at the same rate. If it does not. you need a gearbox. but read up because you can adjust some of them with a locknot and screw on top of box. If it's ok. look at the drag link. And down the line. eventually you'l find the problem. Any more Q e-mail me at email@example.com
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
SOURCE: ignition key wont turn
Make sure car is in park then try moving ignition switch back towards you and then forward as if trying to start it. That seemed to work for our 86 Dodge 600 auto.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
you will need to adjust the tension on your power steering unit. if the belt'stops' turning when you turn the wheel,thats a loose belt.if you are not mechanically inclined,i suggest you take it to your mechanic before it develops a steering rack problem.[costly] if you need a manual to show you,download the manual from fixya.com i have done many motors,timing belts on this vehicle. they are very meticulus and tight spaces to reach.in otherwords[knuckle busters] i have the manual in my library if you like,i would be happy to e-mail to you. thank you for choosing fixya.com look forward to assisting you in the future.
Posted on Jan 22, 2011
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