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99 jeep Yes that is correct only when i step on the gas while in 4 wheel. It is a vey violent noise and feels like the whole jeep is going to come apart.

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I still think that you need to look at the frt drive shaft assembly, i am not saying that you may still have a front diff problem but the problem that you are stating happens only when you have all four wheel locked in correct. pulling the frt diff cover is simple, you will be able to check the fluid condation and do visual inspection, but do not forget the transfer case and frt drive shaft trun the frt diff good luck

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It's actually from where the noise is coming from. Front end or rear end. From engine area or from inside the steering or from brakes.


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I hav a 99 chevy tahoa LT. 4+4, 5.7. when on hiway sometimes when im going down hill and off of the gas it makes a loud noise. i step back on the gas and it goes away. sounds like its comin from the trans.


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by hand. If you feel any play at all it may have failed. Hope this helps.

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My 99 jeep cherokee shakes in front end around 60mph


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If balance is good, then you need to have the front end components checked for wear. If the shaking is very violent, it may be what's known as "death wobble" which can stem from excessive wear of components, usually either ball joints or track bar but everything's suspect. If you have that you can't mistake it as the steering wheel feels like it is trying to rip right out of your hands!!!.

Feb 13, 2011 | 1999 Jeep Cherokee

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I was driving my 99 Grand Cherokee limited in 4Lo then it just popped out of 4Lo into neutral and will not re engage! When i put it into 4Lo it just revs and grinds when i step on the gas and truck wont...


Try putting the truck into reverse before going into neutral, then put it into 4-lo. Sounds like the transfer case linkage might need to be adjusted, nothing major. I've owned NUMEROUS Jeeps, and every one with an auto tranny was a PITA to get into 4-lo. And if it isn't engaged completely, it will pop out every time.

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When I drive over 40 mph it pulls to the right, then to the back


You are going to have to do some looking to find this.
Check that the wheels turn freely when off the ground. any binding can indicate a brake staying applied. (usually an internally failed brake hose (not line) This is often mis-diagnosed as a bad caliper. Sometimes you can see a "blue" rotor on the one that's hanging up, or feel an excessive amount of heat from that wheel right after this happens.
Yes, check suspension parts and bearings but usually they will cause problems at all speeds, and cause "clunking" noises stopping, starting off and in turns.

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I need to find out if I need to activate the 4 wheel drive for snow driving on the freeway. I have a 1986 Grand Cherokee. V8 5.2, with abs. There is a lever for lo/hi but I think that is used only for...


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step 1.Remove steering wheel horn cover
step 2.Remove steering wheel retaining nut (disconect airbag if so equipped)
step 3.Using moderate force remove wheel from steering column
step 4.Discard vehicle (donate,push off cliff,leave on train tracks,ect)
step 5.Purchase new vehicle (preferably a non-lemon)
step 6.Swap steering wheel with one from step 3
step 7.Enjoy the feeling of having "fixed" your auto troubles

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