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06 duallydiesel fx4 . Truck sputters when first turned on worse when cold. Also axle looks lk it's shifted because drv Side rear tires look closer to fender than other side everything looks tight does or can the axle shift?

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Scan for codes
may just be a bad glow plug
yes bad centerbolt in rear springs will cause this

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