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the vin is 2d4rn5dx8ar385797
I appreciate your answer to the Brake Pull. Do you have any idea what would cause the
Bump Steer? Thanks Because the problem was there from new i dont think it is from wear .
Bump steer is a thud noise when the shock or strut compressor fully and hits the bump stop causing the noise. This usually only happens when driving very fast and turning. Are you hearing a noise when turning? If so, I don't think it is actual "bump steer" but I did find a technical service bulletin that describes noise in the rear shocks. It states "customers may hear a popping or clicking sound from the rear of the vehicle while operating at low speeds." Does this sound accurate? If so, you can visit any dealer and them inspect the rear shocks. Chrysler has come out with an updated part to replace both rear shocks to correct the issue. This is TSB #17-001-10.