I've posted about this before; I had the dealer do the tsb that resets
the steering wheel, but the sound is still there.
I've a 2001 Dodge Dakota SLT 4x4.
There's a creaking noise when I turn the steering wheel (seems worse
left), or when I go over a bumpy road. Seems to be in the front end
somewhere, but I'm not sure where.
It doesn't seem to be anything horribly dangerous - we just got back
from a 3,000 mile journey across the Australian Outback and the Great
Ocean Road, through a variety of climates from really-hot-and-dry to
raining-and-cool (we experienced temperatures ranging from about
52f-104f), and nothing fell off the truck.
Still worried something might though <g>. It could be old truck
syndrome, but I want to make sure.