A new truck should have everything properly adjusted before leaving the stealership.they have no obligation to do that stuff. some may do it for curtousy but when you sign your name its all on you now.
it seems alot of people in todays world need somebody else to do everything for them.
Yep. Totally agree.You are completely wrong about this. You are paying a PDI fee, pre delivery inspection fee, on most everything u buy. Part of pdi is setting tire pressures correctly. If they don't do the pdi correctly I would be demanding the fee back and I have been successful in the past doing that.
Its going to feel like that for a while till its not so tight. Its not the truck but you. When I picked my wife's Christmas present. The steering was so touchy I could breathe and it would go left or right. By spring you will be used to it. After driving her truck all the rams I have felt like I needed to get them fixed they felt like I needed more effort to turn them.I just picked up my new 2022 Ram 2500 Big Horn. I love everything about it, but the steering. It just seems loose and like you are always making subtle corrections to keep it in the lane. Nothing terrible but it's noticeable. I came from a 2010 1500 so maybe since it is a different set up, it just getting some getting used to?
Found a forum on another site where a few guys experienced similar things on the 2021 and it seemed like it was anything from its normal to the tires are the reason to the truck did have some alignment issues. Just wanted to see if anyone else has thoughts and or insight.
It has 20" Firestone Trans force AT tires.
For the longest time the PDI sheet specified that the DEF tank on diesel trucks be filled completely. The PDI sheet even stated how the dealership needed to turn in to be paid for the DEF. The dealership I bought my truck through and the parts department had no clue of this. There were countless others all across the country who's trucks were delivered without a full DEF tank(know this via forums).A new truck should have everything properly adjusted before leaving the stealership.