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New RamCharger owner 91 318 2WD.100,000 miles but the odemeter is broke. Truck was bought from a factory, Engine is perfect but the suspension took a lot of abuse. At slow speeds while turning it feels like the truck is pushing or sliding, and the tire it self looks on edge.Wierd clattering when turning left over small bumps. I have changed the shocks but need to know what to start with.This is my 1st try at working on my own vehicle except for minor upkeep and the easy stuff. Also I see where y'all advise to use factory repair manual. I already purchased Haynes.
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All ican say is ball joints and tierords . Actually have an alignment done and u will know what parts are junk for sure .

As for the speedo it has fallen out of the dash panel which u know the dash has to be pulled out to get it fixed . Hope this helps . And welcome to RCC !!!!!!!!!
 

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Gald i could help somewhat check back somebody will give more info if not there was other speedo problem onthie board like ur a little while ago
 

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Glad i could help somewhat check back somebody will give more info if not there was other speedo problem onthie board like ur a little while ago
 

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you might also check the front ujoints if it is 4x4, and as far as the speedo, check back at the tranny and under the dash and see what the cable looks like that is an easy fix, just chceck and see if it is attatched to the tranny. then if that is ok pull the dash it will have about 8 screws, then pull the instrument cluster, you should have a circuit board with a hole for the speedo cable, check to make sure the cable is attatched properly and is secure. if that isn't it check with chump.
 
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