Question about 2004 Dodge Ram 1500
When driving down the road the truck pulls to the left real bad almost like the steering is messed up but i checked all the linkages and steering components and they all look good what else could it be
Have you checked your wheel bearings?
This model is famous for bad wheel bearings. They are unserviceable and must be changed.
I have a 2003 and have changed both of them and the right one is going again after 2 years. MOPAR ****!
This is the whole hub..........they cost around $200.00 plus installation.
Posted on May 01, 2009
If the vehicle pulls to one side when driving and to the other side when braking, the problem is likely to be a caliper that is binding or seized. A tire could be defective with a fault that is not readily visible. Try rotating the tires to different positions on the vehicle and note any differences in driveability symptoms. A defective control valve in the hydraulic circuitry of the power steering system could be at fault, and can sometimes be found by noting whether or not the steering wheel attemps to turn by itself on engine start up, but is very rare with rack and pinion steering systems. The best solution is to perform a 4-wheel alignment on a machine that can measure the thrust line of the vehicle. This will help to reveal any bent or misaligned components of the entire chassis.
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
Check to see if the brakes on the left side are sticking.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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