Today, I replaced the wheel bearings on the passenger side of my truck. But to no help, when I finished and took the truck for a test drive, the problems I hoped to fix were all still there. Here is what is happening: First, when I brake, the steering wheel literally turns hard to the left and therefore the entire truck pulls to the left (all brakes on the truck are good). Second, the truck shakes bad, really bad, and it feels like it is coming from the front end because the dash and console are mainly what vibrate but the entire truck is shaking (trust me). It does this mainly from 20mph to 35mph where it finally smooths out when it comes back around 60mph. Finally, the steering is loose and the truck is all over the road unless I have both hands firmly planted on the steering wheel. I shook the front end myself and I couldn;t get it to move at all - no play whatsoever. SO WHAT IS THE PROBLEM??? Oh, I replaced the passenger side wheel bearings because the tire was being eaten on the outer edge of the pass. side.