I have the exact same problems.
Mine had 14 miles when I picked it up. The first day it drove straight. But
now the wheel has to be pointed a little off center for it to go straight.
I think it has to do with the roads being crowned. All my cars do that even
if they've been aligned at the shop.
I do get a "clunk" when turning right onto a driveway. Haven't checked out
'88 x-CHP Mustang LX
'89 Mustang GT (347, Griggs, S-trim and the list goes on...)
'98 Dakota R/T CC (going to Hot Rod hang-out this Friday to show off)
From: W. Jack Hilton III [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, June 17, 1998 6:45 AM
Subject: DML: strange sounds in my R/T CC
Hi all -
I've had my CC R/T for about a week and a half now and I
only have a couple
The first thing that I noticed was that when I got the truck
, it only had
about 25 miles on it and it was noticably out of alignment .
whoever drove it before me , but I just wondered if anyone
else noticed the
The main thing that I have a question on is this .
I notice that whenever I am going over an uneven surface
that makes the
truck kinda twist in a different direction on each end (like
when you turn
right and enter a driveway or parking lot that slopes up
from the road) ,
I hear a loud clunking against the floor of the truck .
It sounds almost as if the exhaust system is being flexed to
a point where
it is actually slapping the floor of the truck . I am not
that's what it is , but it seems to be the only reasonable
answer since I
haven't had a chance to have the dealer check it out .
Anyone else had this problem ?
'98 CC R/T "Black Death"
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