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When i turn my wheels all the way left or right my front end feels like its going to fall out. checked obvious stuff, what could it be.it is a 1987 dodge power ram 4x4.318ci motor

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I suggest you have someone turn the steering wheel back and forth while you watch the linkage at each front wheel to see if you are suffering from worn joints in the steering or suspension.
Stressing them will cause them to shift unnaturally.

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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