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Wheel pulls left to right at speed - F-250 Ford Cars & Trucks

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Could be a few things. Have someone check the ball joints, wheel bearings, and steering stabilizer. All 3 are easy to check. You need to jack each side of the front up one at a time and shake the wheel left to right, then up to down. It is normal for them to move a bit but not to much. If it move a lot when pulling the top of the tire to you and pushing the bottom away back and forth, you may need a ball joint or bearing. If the tire moves a lot when doing the same left to right then you may need a tie rod or steering stabilizer.
Either way you need to check this asap. Any severe play in the steering is a sure sign of steering failure.

Posted on Aug 25, 2010

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Check tire inflation, brakes, and alignment, in that order.

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