There is no way for me to know what is knocking in your Dodge Ram.There is no way for me to know what is knocking in your Dodge Ram.
rack and pinion
An expert would have to hear the sound for a diagnosis. It may be your main bearings are knocking. If it also happens if you lift your foot sharply OFF the accelarator, then that's a sure thing. - Only way to check for sure is to fit an oil pressure gauge.
probably a wheel bearing
It should not. A U-Joint that is worn will make a knocking sound when it starts or reverses.
Low fluid level.
A bad harmonic balancer can cause a knocking noise. The harmonic balancer doesn't actually produce the noise, but it can cause the noise in the engine.
NO. A knocking noise in the engine is a problem in the engine.
Most likely the power steering belt is old and should be replaced.
One or both of you're drive axle bearings is dry
I get knocking & ping noise coming from the fuel injectors
You need to check the u joints at the front wheels.
When your engine has a knocking noise, it could mean that a rod has been thrown. It could also mean you are low on oil.
many many things, Loose lug nuts which lets wheel make knocking noise. Engine will make a knocking noise if it is really low on oil. Some timing belts make a knocking, slapping noise just before they break.These are just a few examples . Have someone ride in car with you as you duplcate the noise and see if they can determine which part of the vehicle it is coming from.
The knocking noise could be one of several things. The wheel bearing, a worn steering or suspension part, or road debris could be causing the noise.
Take the car to a large parking lot and turn the wheels while accelerating moderately; with the wheels still turned, stop and do it in reverse. Listen for any clicking, knocking noise. By loading the bearings in forward and reverse a bad CV will usually make noise.
clutch packs going out
It is broken.
Someone trying to get in.
A knocking noise in the front wheels can be a very serious problem. The knocking noise could be caused by bad ball joints. Bad ball joints can slip off the tie rods and cause the wheel assembly to collapse. This problem should be looked at as soon as possible.
You need to check the u joints at the front wheels
CV joints. Get it checked right away. (or it could just be the person you ran over trying to get you to stop. lol)
Probably it's a low battery, though it could be a bad starter. You are probably hearing the starter solenoid clicking.
Bad axle maybe? Does it do it when you turn one way or another? Check to see if the cv boots are torn.