Dodge Dakota Problem Report

Dodge Dakota Upper Ball Joint Failure

(15 reports)

The upper ball joints may fail due to moisture damage. Our technicians tell us 2000-2001 models were recalled for this issue. For more information on this recall, please click here»

paid for replacement before finding out it was a recall item. -
UPPER BALL JOINTS ALREADY REPLACED 85K, NOW LOOKS LIKE BOTH LOWER & WHO KNOWS WHAT ELSE... -
Both upper ball joints with the control arm bushings are worn out and cause clunking when steering. Front Stabilizer lower arms on both sides are bent in result of deficiencies. Suspension is far under-designed for a light truck or any truck! -
Upper ball joints bad. 2003 Dodge Dakota. -
Turning slowly in a parking lot and the drivers front wheel fell off the upper ball joint. -
I've the the same Ball Joint on two different trucks go bad, the upper and lower, on both sides, Chrysler needs to recall -
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