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Hi all I have a Cherokee jeep 2.4 sport. 2002. manual gear box when I go into reverse it starts to shudder which is increased if I turn the steering wheel. if I just go straight back it seem to be OK or not so bad does anyone have any ideas or have you had the same trouble. hope this is not going to be another arm and leg job. regards Richard

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Hello Richard
Have you looked at all your checked your universal joints & your front hubs as you may have a small problem with your hubs.
the best way to test this is to lift the Jeep off all 4 wheel then do a full Visual check & test on your Jeep with it running & not running.
PLEASE MAKE SURE THE JEEP IS UP SAFE.
before getting under it.

Hope ti helps
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RegardsPaul

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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