Dodge Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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Check the front axle shafts u-joints by the hubs.
Remove one end of the front drive shaft and spin it by hand for possible bad u-joints , do the same with rear drive shaft.
Also ,make sure the front wheel bearings turn smooth.
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Hi there...this are the most common things ,you did mention on your first post that the whole truck vibrates and if there is nothing wrong with rotors I would check what I mention above as the first step.
Front axle u-joints .
Rear drive shaft U-joints .
Posssible loose wheel bearings.
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Yes , there are definitely a few things that need o be checked befre starting replacing parts.
let me know what is the dealer word and I will give you my opinion.
Sounds good let me know what they find and I will give you a honest opinion.
Make sure you mention that you have disconnected the ABS system because they will scan the vehicle ...if they see that there is a code for the abs unit ,they would try to sell it to you.
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I am sorry I did not help ,unfortunately I don't have the vehicle on me ,I can only go from what you tell me and you did say that was no brake pulsation and steering vibration when stepping on the brake pedal and then you said that the whole vehicle vibrates ,this made me think that the problem was the drive shaft or axle u-joints once beside the bad rotors (out of round) are pretty what can give you vibration.
The stiff brake calipers can give you problems after the brakes get really hot and warped your rotors
I have a feeling that you may get a call from the dealer with more (bad) news about this problem.
Let me know how did it go.
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