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Old 04-01-2010, 02:35 PM
mateoyvero mateoyvero is offline
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Age: 30
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Vehicle: 1996 Dodge Ram 5.9L
Trim Level: Sport
Color: Black
Engine: 1994-1997 360ci (5.9L) Magnum V8 230hp
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I have the wheel wobble as well! I have changed all the tie rods and tie rod ends. Mine is a 4x4 though. But my shocks are out as well. I think that is why I have the wobble. I have changed everything else. When it comes to the rotors braking too hard and fast can heat the rotors or slamming on the brakes can make them warped. I live in a Colorado town where there are lots of hills, braking hard on them has done the same thing. I have turned my rotors 3 times in the past year. Good thing its only $20. A rough idle could be the fuel pump, fuel filter. I had a rough idle and it turned out to be a broken vacuum hose.
#6-I had this problem then the heater core went out, also check for a vacuum hose

#7-This can occur if your coolant is low. If you have an air bubble in the line its going to hit the sensor giving a false reading.
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