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Old 01-22-2011, 04:42 PM   #1  
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Question TSB Info needed # 22-001-11

I'm looking for Dodge TSB info that may help repair my 2010 Dodge truck. Any help getting this TSB would be greatly appreciated!! Dodge has been ZERO help fixing this thing.

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Old 01-22-2011, 04:58 PM   #2  
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This TSB is for replacing the whole steering wheel??? I have it sometimes but not so bad.
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If anyone could post the TSB info on the following link it would be appreciated. There are MANY concerened owners with the same problem. I'm sorry i asked a ? here & truely forgot you can not speak the truth here. Thanks again for ANY help!!

Link >>>> http://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/20...ml#post3760261
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Old 01-24-2011, 07:14 AM   #9  
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This TSB is for replacing the whole steering wheel??? I have it sometimes but not so bad.
It also calls for checking & replacing the tires as needed. Every owner i have spoken to with this vibration problem states that it is random... mine included. Reports i have recieved are that Dealers have replaced steering gear, leaf springs, shocks, drive shafts & bought a few trucks back. This vibration can't be good for these failure prone tie rods & hopefully it doesn't take someone getting hurt to wake up the people at the "RAM" brand.

If ANYONE needs the TSB i would be glad to send it you in an E-mail. Good luck everyone!!
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It also calls for checking & replacing the tires as needed. Every owner i have spoken to with this vibration problem states that it is random... mine included. Reports i have recieved are that Dealers have replaced steering gear, leaf springs, shocks, drive shafts & bought a few trucks back. This vibration can't be good for these failure prone tie rods & hopefully it doesn't take someone getting hurt to wake up the people at the "RAM" brand.

If ANYONE needs the TSB i would be glad to send it you in an E-mail. Good luck everyone!!
Is the vibration your talking about the one you sometimes feel throught the steering wheel and sometimes through the go pedal? Thank you.
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Is the vibration your talking about the one you sometimes feel throught the steering wheel and sometimes through the go pedal? Thank you.
Yes it is. Mine also gets moving & oscilating around at 70 mph. Feels like a big gyrating pogo stick at times.

FYI there are alot of people out there with these issues.
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Ok Fellas,

Here is a little protip for yall. Instead of making sly comments about the admin on this site, why not just ask what happened. We admin have all spoken about this and no one took the TSB down. It may have been a database error, user error, glitch, who knows, but TSB's are not prohibited from this site and are, in fact, quite helpful.

I have received a copy of the TSB and it is re-posted.

Now, as for Mr Pressure, perhaps had he had the foresight to just ask what had happened, he could still be enjoying his membership here.

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Ok Fellas,

Here is a little protip for yall. Instead of making sly comments about the admin on this site, why not just ask what happened. We admin have all spoken about this and no one took the TSB down. It may have been a database error, user error, glitch, who knows, but TSB's are not prohibited from this site and are, in fact, quite helpful.

I have received a copy of the TSB and it is re-posted.

Now, as for Mr Pressure, perhaps had he had the foresight to just ask what had happened, he could still be enjoying is membership here.

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