Question about 2007 Dodge Charger SE
You most likely broke a tie rod. You should see two points where your ball joints fit in. Probably still attached. You will need a ball joint removal kit, new tie rods, sweat and tears to get the old ones off but very doable.
Posted on Mar 16, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What may have happened is either the headlights wiring or the parking lights wiring somewhere along the wiring fused to the left turn signals wiring. Depending on if the turn signals go on when you put the parking lights on or the headlights on.
If the signals come on when you turn on the headlights than you only need to locate the light green wire that comes off the left turn signal harness.
Next follow that wire the entire way back to the firewall looking for another wire fused to that wire as you go.
If there are no signs of this you need to continue looking on the other side of the firewall all the way back to the turn signal and hazard flasher unit which is a black box that connects to a black harness located next to a grey harness behind the knee bolster.
But if the signals come on when you turn on the parking lights than you will also need to check the wiring from the rear left signal and follow that light green wire all the way back to the turn signal and hazard flasher unit.
This should fix your problem, but if not than your problem may lay within the the wiring between the turn signal/hazard switches and the turn signal and hazard flasher unit.
Also you may have a burnt circuit in the junction block. This block is where the light green from the rear left signal and front left signal meet. Don't have a description but if you cannot find it let me know and I will go out to the yard and look myself and let you know.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
wood38, What you are describing here is a wheel bearing problem. To check this, jack up the vehicle and support it with a jackstand. Grab the wheel on the top and bottom and see if you can shake it. If there is play in the wheel then this usually indicates that the bearing is bad. As you state when turning left the noise is louder. This is because the weight of the vehicle is being 'thrown' to the right putting more pressure on the right bearing. You may have to replace that bearing and what you describe here indicates just that. Good luck with this.
Posted on Jun 04, 2011
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