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2003 dodge ram 1500 4x4,vibration rear wheels ,when taking off in a slow turn,something in the rear end ,its not the brakes,something with the pinion gear i think,how do i fix it

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Check your u-joints first. If it is not the u-joint, then it is probably the yoke. Take the driveshaft off/out and on the yoke you will see a nut, make sure that it is tight. You will want to drain and refill your rear end gear oil as well.

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