Question about 2003 Ford E150
Bad pull to left on 2003 ford e150, just started. have to fight the steering wheel to keep it straight. when in reverse the wheel turns by itself again to the left... front left tire leans it at top! what causes this? tie rod ends????
Wheel bearing failure allows wheels to lean it that top
next is ball joint failure followed by suspension bush failure
Take it to an accredited suspension shop and when finished with the repairs have a wheel alignment done
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like the problem is in the valving in the steering box. You may have to get a new steering box. i would get it checked.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
What was said about the wear of the front end part when the alignment was given? I could be wrong but, I would say, Not likely for the tie rod ends and definately not the shocks for knocking sounds.. It sounds more like bad ball joints poping, although the idler arm and tye rod ends could be worn also .
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
Loosen nut on top of steering gear box. Tighten adjustment bolt 1/4 turn at a time then tighten nut. Drive and see if it hold together better. Repeat until you can't tighten adjustment bolt any more. If it's still iffy, replace your steering gear box.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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