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Old 04-04-2011
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1994 B3000 Steering Help!!!! Please

Hi, i am new to this forum but i have a 1994 Mazda B3000 v6 4x4 manual hubs. when i bought it i checked the alignment at work, I am a tech for Nissan. over the past couple days the truck has been randomly pulling to the left and becoming hard to turn back to straight after making turns. Today, i backed out of my buddies driveway, turned the wheel to right, full lock, kinda heard a little pop(dont know if that is relivent) on the way home it pulls hard to the left and when i turn right it does not want to go back striaght without me turning it back and it takes some effort to do so. i had my dad turn the wheel left to right with the truck running, everything looks tight. the only thing i did notice and idk what this means but the D/S U-joint looked like it "Popped" when he turned it at a certain angle. the hubs are unlocked btw. Any ideas?
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