I had a similar problem with my 2002 Ram 4x4. Mine sounded like a
spring twisting out of kilter. It only happened when was hot outside.
And only when turning left.
Unfortunately, I never was able to figure out the problem before I sold
Yep ... this past Texas summer wasn't too bad ... but still quite hot.
I think 104F was our high. However, we have had some doosies over the
past decade. But global warming is just a "Hoax", you know. :-)
Suddenly, without warning, Craig C. exclaimed (12-Nov-06 3:50 AM):
Not in Australia. Parts of this really, really parched country have
reservoirs that are down to 18% capacity. That's really, really scary.
I don't know if it's making the news in the States, but it's a real
crisis here, probably worse than the Dust Bowl era in the US. Last
decent rain was in 2000. I'm told they went 14 MONTHS in central
Australia last year without a drop of rain.
It's so bad that programs like A Current Affair - a program that exposes
wrongdoers like welfare cheats and the like - had a thing about a water
cheat - someone using his hosepipe on a restriction day.
Oh, and it's 102 here *in the spring* - equivalent to May.
I'm just happy that today we've got a little bit of cloud today. It's
10am here and already in the 90s.
Suddenly, without warning, Chris Thompson exclaimed (12-Nov-06 11:38 AM):
Could be. I think at this point there's no doubt that a warming trend
is on. I've seen, firsthand, too much evidence worldwide to doubt that.
Warming and cooling trends are part of Earth's cycles.
My personal thinking is that industry is probably helping it along,
making it faster and possibly worse, but even if we weren't here at all,
it'd still be getting warmer.
Is this the start of yet another OT conversation? :)
I mean "relatively" speaking. Sort of like waking up from a 40 year
coma and it was winter when you went under...wake up in summer
and say crap...global warming...gotta be. Of course it is getting
warmer. I think one day the surface may burn to a crisp and kill
everyone on it...then it'll start all over again. Maybe...who knows.
But that's next week and I'm still trying to get through this week.
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