Question about 1997 Jeep Cherokee Country
When turning at mildly high speed, the front wheel violently viberates. Possibly connected, the steering is on a diagonal slant even though car is travelling forward in a straight line. Is it because of loose, worn or damaged steering components?
Due to the nature of the problem you should seek a mechanics advice and avoid driving the vehicle in case you or someone else gets hurt if it fails completly.You may have bent or partialy broken components that are not usualy done at home due to wheel alignment issues, when the fault is repaired properly it avoids that problem.Sorry its not good news but without being able to look at vehicle means your own diagnosis would be the likliest answer.Good luck and hope you get it sorted
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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