Dodge Ram 1500 Problems

Revised Shocks For Clunking Noise Over Bumbs on Dodge Ram 1500

Problem Description and Possible Solution

If a clunking or "loose lumber" noise is coming from the front or rear suspension, there are revised shock absorbers available that can help the concern. This is usually heard at lower speeds and colder temperatures when driving over bumps.

(23 people reported this problem)

Dodge Ram 1500 Vehicles With This Problem

RepairPal Verified
Average mileage: 68,648 (30,000–138,000)
7 model years affected: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, more2008, 2009, 2010
Not Your Dodge Ram 1500 Problem?
Brake problem? Or maybe a faulty head gasket cylinder?
Learn About Your Car Problems
Search For a Specific Car Problem
Viewing 1-10 of 10 comments
Clunking noise in front end when on bumpy ground. Had struts replaced. Checked ball joints and sway bar and they are okay... Any advice or one what I should check next... driving me crazy. Dealership can't find anything!!
Clunking can be heard while running. Even on parked and tried to step on and off the side steps to make it move up and down. I have not checked it with the specialist yet. No issues with drivability but the clunking is so annoying especially when the windows are open.
Front end sounds like it is coming apart when traveling over bumps shocks replaced front end has been checkek