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This is usually a sign of an alternator getting bad. It can also have problems with bad ground wires . You can buy anti static rubber wire straps that hang from the back of your car. This grounds everything better and decreases static electricity. It also is good for car sickness. If your alternator is overcharging, you may get a shock, so I would have that checked out first, than a short in ground wires. Hope this helps
I believe the front shocks are actually STRUTS you can replace the strutes your self with minimal effort. the vehical will then need to be aligned. my suggestion is to purchase the struts your self then talk to your local trusted shop that does alignments you can usually make a deal with them to have them install the struts for an extra 5 to 10 dollars other wise install your self then take it to the alignment shop
That is known as "the death wobble" for very obvious reasons. You need to install steering dampeners . They look like shocks and they mount between the drag link and the frame. They will cure the problem. Don't delay putting them on your Jeep. Hope this helps.
I would check and see if your lug nuts are all tight before I drove it again. Lug nut should be check within the first 50 miles after a tire removal. But your right, could just be a loose shock, or your spare tire, if it is hung under the rear of your vehicle.