Question about 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee
MY JEEP MAKES A CLICKING NOISE LIKE SOMETHING IS HITTING THE DRIVESHAFT. WHEN SLOWING AND BRAKING IT SEEMS TO QUIT WHEN TURNING LEFT; HOWEVER YOU CAN STILL HEAR IT WHEN STEERING STRAIGHT AND TURNING RIGHT.
ALL BRAKES, ROTORS & PADS HAVE BEEN REBUILT, IT IS NOT BRAKES OR "ABS-SYSTEM" THESE HAVE ALL BEEN TESTED GOOD.
Have you had the U-joints checked? They usually click when turning, especially the front ones. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
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