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Steering shaking 1995 grand cherokee steering shaking alot when hitting bump on freeway

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  • Anonymous Sep 08, 2008

    may be worn upper ball joints

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    vechicle starts but shakes alot after a few minutes when gas is applied vechicle resumes normal idling without shaking

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Also might change the shocks along with stabilizer. Got a set of shocks & stabilizer set for about $150 (Pro Comp) and was night and day.

Posted on Oct 22, 2008

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I had the same problem my steering stabilizer was loose so that would be the most unexpinsive thing to do! just check it for loose ness cracks etc. and if its ok check your traction controll arm!

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Front tire on passenger side shakes when i hit a bump at 20mph or higher.


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My friend, you have very serious wear in the front end of your vehicle as evidenced by the severe vibration when you hit a bump. The front end steering equipment in your Jeep is very complex requiring special tools and expertise to properly repair. Please get your 1995 Jeep looked at soon by a front end alignment specialty shop in your area. This is a very dangerous condition.

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Front wheels shake when I hit a bump in road


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95 jeep grand cherokee has a bad shake when u hit a bump at speeds over 50


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