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BayouTiger

Front end roaring - 2012 Ram

My boss has been driving my old 2102 Ram and it has developed a pretty loud roar in the front end. The tires are recently replaced Coopers, the rotors and brakes have just been done, and seem to be fine. I'm leaning towards the bearings, but it seems to be coming from both sides. He has also had the ABS show some wonkiness from time to time with a code and some shuddering, but it was clear this morning when I drove it, just the roar. 

Not going to spend much time or money on it as he is looking for a new one and it will get traded, just wondering if anyone has heard anything. Truck is at about 90K miles. I'm telling home to get a Ford or GMC since this is the second time he's taken one of my Rams that was perfect when I handed it him perfect and it starts having issues as soon as he gets it. Some folks just don't seem to be Mopar lucky! He actually doesn't beat on them nearly as much as I do.

 

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Be carful with a Chevy chuck

Google “the Chevy shake”
That can’t seem to fix there front end problems either


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I know several with GMC and they like them. Couldn’t give me a GM viehcle. Just never liked them. Also just don’t care for the new Fords either. I will stick with my Rams or the new Titan as a second. Tundras have had issues with ride as well though they may be fixed by now. My 08 Titan was a great truck, just lousy mileage. 

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