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Old 06-06-2007
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my truck handles like a sports car..

i wish...
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Old 06-06-2007
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Originally Posted by greygooseranger
What if you turn the wheel back and forth and you hear that sound when its running and on the ground. (GF's Taurus is doing this)

maybe rack and pinion or tie rods
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Old 06-06-2007
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Okay, the truck really hasnt done this for very long, maybe the last 500 miles or so. But now its getting to where i can notice it. I wont worry about it too much (just keep an eye on it) & get it fixed later this summer.

Thanks for the help everyone.
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