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Conversation Between Malco and Rugged Brown
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  1. Malco
    02-28-2012 09:55 AM
    Malco
    Didn't think so at the time but have now gotten it changed and it steers alot better.After replacing the bearing they discovered my lights are acting up again so they ordered another tipm for it.Hopefully the new one they put on just had a defect and the new one will cure it.
  2. Malco
    02-15-2012 05:24 PM
    Malco
    Went to Dodge dealer for oil change Monday,told them I had a noise I thought was a bad bearing,told me right front wheel bearing was bad.They didn't have one in stock so have to go back again.I was surprised they even said it was bad as there is 58000 on it .I figured they would say it was good to get past the warranty time.
  3. Malco
    11-18-2011 06:45 PM
    Malco
    I forgot to mention that a symptom(I believe from the steering column)was when idling and in park turn the wheel slightly back and forth and there was a slight clunking in the steering column.
  4. Rugged Brown
    I better look into this. What dealer did you use, Pothier?
  5. Malco
    11-18-2011 06:32 PM
    Malco
    Wasn't really the recall that bothered me as tie rods aren't that much,but after the warranty is up, if I have to replace axels and steering columns,that could get expensive.
  6. Malco
    11-18-2011 06:22 PM
    Malco
    Said they did
  7. Rugged Brown
    Did they do a wheel alignment aftyer they replaced the tie rod ends.
  8. Malco
    11-18-2011 06:15 PM
    Malco
    I noticed that when you went over the joints on a bridge or overpass,if they were the least bit rough, the truck would jump a little.I thought it was probably out of line a little.Then I got the recall notice,so I went to the dealer and they replaced the tie rods and discovered the other problems.
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