Hello. Sorry, I wasn't really sure where to post this topic so I apologize if it's under the wrong category... I have a '02 Dodge Ram 1500+ (it's a bit more "stronger" and powerful than a regular 1500 and has thicker springs). I use it for towing and trailering, and as a regular everyday-driving vehicle... It has been very reliable and a great "working" truck - it gets the job done well; however, I have recently been having a couple issues with it... I have been experiencing problems where it would pop out of gear (randomly go into neutral) and slight issues where it has been a little "sticky" turning... after taking it in, we found out that there is a slight crack in the Transmission Cooler and in the Power Steering Cooler. I know that these units will eventually need to be replace; however, it is currently doing fine - all I need to do is top off the fluids when they start to get a bit low... [it also has a small issue with its throttle sensor, but that hasn't really been a huge concern] *** Well, today I have experienced another issue - over sensitive steering. When slightly turning the wheel a bit in order to follow the road, the truck would veer out and really over-exaggerate the turn...I feel like I could turn it will only my pinky finger. Today is a rather warm day and a lot of snow and ice is melting, but not enough to make the roads wet enough for me to hydroplane... I just don't understand how this can be happening. If the Power Steering Cooler is leaking, wouldn't it make it harder to turn - why is it now hyper sensitive? I finished my errand and drove back - it got closer to "normal" by the time I parked it. This truck has always been a "smooth drive" - granted it does have some problems now, I just can't see how this new development is possible, let alone what may be causing it. Any ideas on why this is happening or what the cause of this is? Thanks in advance.