Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
Have the wheel bearings checked ,and possible,changed out.If it is a four wheel drive,have a steering damper put on the steering to help control this problem,also have the upper,and lower ball joints checked out,,Dodge has had a problem with there ball joints in the past,with them going out premature.If the front end was aligned,they have missed something,it is not staying in align,if the ball joints are worn,and giving just a little,this would cause this problem.Ball joints cause a camber,and caster change.One more thought,have the brake calipers checked,just to make sure they are not ,either one of them ,staying closed on the rotors,and if so,check the brake caliper hoses,the calipers should release all the way.Check stabilizer bar,and bushings,for damage,the sway bar can cause this also,and the control arm bushings.this is almost always over looked in alignments,or just not spotted at first.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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