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Truck feel like its pulling something dont if 4x4 is on

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Inspect the front-end for defects. Inspect the tires for incorrect wear or improper tire pressure.
Check all the steering components for play. Vehicle may need a repair and/or an alignment.
Also check out the brakes. If the sliders and/or the brake caliper are frozen, it too can cause it to pull.

Posted on May 14, 2010

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