Question about 2008 Jeep Wrangler
My son just installed a 4" suspension lift in his jeep. When they put it back together the steering wheel is cocked about 1/4 turn to the left when the wheels are straight. He says when driving it that the wheel will not stay center. You turn the wheel and he feels a small clunk when it hits center but then wants to rest to one side or the other. He thinks they may have not got the pitman arm lined up. Something about 4 notches in the arm so there are 4 possible places it could have gone together. Does he need a drop pitman are for the 4" lift of should he try recentering the steering wheel to the wheels? Also is this the cause of the clunk? THanks!
To remouve the steering weel and drive the vehicle slowly look on fordwar in line and replace the colum ,, the noise must came from the adaption that you made . raise the vehicle and see were is any part for the suspention that toutching the chassis and ajust it......
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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