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Suspension and steerin wheel

I have a 2000 grand cherokee and my suspension is terrible it feel like im hitting something hard when i go over a little bump.I've changed all 4 shocks and it seem like it really not that much of a difference.also my steering wheel smrtime squeaks when I'm making a turn i've gotten another steering wheel but it seems to keep squeaking just not as much HELP

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It is difficult to just assess wut is causing the suspension knock. U will have to go under the vehicle or let someone who is experience about this do it. Go under the vehicle and check the entire suspension system, steering ends, rack ends, ball joionts, rubber bushings etc. Well u said u have changed ur shocks but no difference. As for the squeaks, this might be coiming from the universal joint from the steering column. Like I said they really have to be inspected.

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