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knocking in front end

Old 10-28-2014, 09:14 PM
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Hey guy I have 2005 dodge diesel 4x4. I have new ball joints wheel barrings and shocks. I have a bad thump under the drivers side and I can feel it in my floor board. But it only starts Making noise when it gets cold. When it's nice out doesn't make a sound. Anybody have any ideas
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I have the same problem in my 1997 F-250 on the passenger side. It was so bad at 50 MPH I pulled over thinking I had a flat. It also makes a squeeling noise when I turn the wheel to the left shifting weight on the right front. I am thinking I need new wheel barrings or ball joints. I am not sure if mine only does it when its cold out since it just started and it hasn't warmed up enough to say its weather related.
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Old 04-20-2015, 12:48 AM
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Did you replace any bushings? Or have you inspected it lately?
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