Originally Posted by Kens04
02BlackSLT, did you check tie rod ends, ball joints and wheel bearings too/yet??
Ok...took truck to another shop today. Checked wheel bearings they were good, but upon inspection they found that the inner tie rod had a little play in it. But I forgot to mention in this, I did mention in newbie section that I just bought this truck from a Toyota dealership three weeks ago so the day after I bought it the power steering rack went bad, they replaced no charge.
The inner tie rod should be covered under the new rack that was put in, but this is not my problem, cuz I had the vibration day 1 with old tires and old rack.
This Ram only has 49 k on it now. I thought it was a good deal with only paying 11500 for it. They gave me 5000 for my Dakota with a 120 k on it.
I have a 6 month powertrain warranty (200 deductible) on it, so its going back to the dealership on Tuesday where I bought it. The guys at the shop are thinking drive shaft needs to be re-balanced. ( Possible rear end issues_ who knows) I will let you know though. I want to trade this thing already. I have had two rams 96 & 02 I have had my Dakota 6 years put 85k on that with little issues....I love my dodges, starting to think Dodge dont like me back. LOL