Lawsuit Over Dodge Ram Pickup Truck Death Wobble, Steering Problems

October 30, 2013

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects
Anyone who owns or leases a 2010-2015 Dodge Ram pickup truck.
What's Going On?
It has been alleged that the tie rod ball studs in several Dodge Ram pickup trucks are defective and can break under normal use.
What Are Tie Rods?
Tie rods are attached to either end of a vehicle's steering rack and help turn the front tires in conjunction with the steering wheel. The parts in question, the ball studs, connect the tie rods to the tires.
What Problems Have Been Reported?
Broken tie rod ball studs can cause a driver to lose his or her ability to steer the vehicle, and in some cases, causing it to veer off the road. The defect can also cause the vehicle's front end to vibrate uncontrollably, a problem that drivers have called the "death wobble."
Which Dodge Trucks Are Affected?
Certain Dodge Ram 2500, 3500, 4500 and 5500 pickup trucks.
Type of Case
Class Action.