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Turning left only I get a bind and a pop not sure what it is.ball joints good and hub u joints are good everything seems tight any ideas?... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 05-28-2013, 08:58 PM
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Turning left only I get a bind and a pop not sure what it is.ball joints good and hub u joints are good everything seems tight any ideas?

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mine started doing this kinda. but i noticed it while the engine is off and shaking the steering wheel back and forth pretty hard and fast. it is my pitman arm changing it thursday. something for you to try/check.

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Ill give it a look thanks.

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Not the pitman arm.

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i've seen sometimes when the rear steer axle shackles are wore out they'll make a popping noise.

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Originally Posted by 97cummins View Post
i've seen sometimes when the rear steer axle shackles are wore out they'll make a popping noise.
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