2000 Dodge 1500 pickup. I hear a creaking sound when turning the wheel at low speeds. I thought it was the brake rotors but they are fine. Any ideas? thanks

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Asked by Mar 16, 2015 at 02:43 PM

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sounds like a possible wheel bearing.

236,805

You mean the steering wheel? If so, migh be the tie rods ends or ball joints.

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Yes I meant turning the Steering wheel...sorry for the confusion. I'm gonna check all the steering part and connections. Will report what I find. thanks. Stev0

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