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check wheel bearing condition and adjustment on the right wheel. Check that the pads and caliper is free on the disc rotor. Check wheel alignment. Check tyre size and tyre pressure . Check for free movement of rear brakes as a dragging rear brake will affect the steering. Check the rear end alignment as an out of align rear axle will affect the front end steering.
Check you wheel bearings. Raise the vehicle and support safely. Grab hold of the tire top and bottom and check for play. Do this side to side and diagonally also. While you are at it it wouldnt be a bad idea to check the rest of your suspension.
With all that work done,you should also get a front end alignment as all those components combined could greatly affect the steering.Any front end suspension work as well as new tires should have an alignment done after.If you get it done and still have problems simply reply back to this post and I will get an auto link to read your comment and we can go from there.Good luck! Greg
Two things to look for, one is the drive shaft u joints, and drive shaft timing. all the u-joints should line up. Next check for a bent/ damaged wheel. I had to swap mine one wheel at the time with a known good wheel till I found the bad wheel that a bal. did not find.
Check the tie rods. They had come loose, causing the wheels have excessive play and vibrate. Be aware that they will not balance tires or give a front end alignment if the tie rods are the culprit. They must be replaced first, otherwise the alignment will only hold until the first time you turn the wheel...which could be 5 seconds after you get in the car. Good luck.
there are several things, tire balance, tire pressure and alignment, check and make sure your tire pressure is correct, have the tires balanced, and get a front end alignment, this should resolve your issue, Good Luck!
it shouldnt affect the alignment to replace a gear box,since the pitman arm can only go on 1 way only,if you put on a used box,then how much travel left to right does it have sitting still without the tires turning ?The steering wheel should only move a few inches before the tires actually move.Check the idler arm which is located towards the passenger side and connects the drag link to the frame,its about a $75.00 -$100.00 part for a heavy duty front end