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Help?!? We are stumped. We have a 2001 Dodge 2500 ram 4wd, with a cummins engine in it. We had a vibration everytime we applied the brakes. It started out mild but got pregressivley worse over time. Bought rear shoes, but our old ones had more shoe left than the new ones so we took em' back, made adjustments so they worked better, but did not fix the problem. We had just replace our front pads not too long ago shcked them again, seem to be okay except that one side is wearing a little uneven. The caliper on that side was sticking so we replaced it, took the rotors to be turned, they were past the spec so we replaced them, Also saw our ball joints were worn out so we replaced them. 1000 bucks later, we still have the same problem. We did not replace our front pads because they still have plenty of pad left and the uneven one seems to be minor enough that we are hoping it will straighten out. Would that make it still vibrate? We have checked everything, we can find under there that might make it do that, and can't see anything obvious. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks Cindy

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Simple put, the chance of getting a GOOD jeep (relatively problem free) is 1 out of 10 ... that means, you have one of other 9 ...

i have a 1999 JGC ... i'll never buy another american car as long as i live ... hey detroit, its ONLY going to get worse ... take a lesson from the japs ... people like problem free vehicles ...

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