Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Recently I switched the t-case at my GC and a bearing at the end of the transmission which caused noise while driving. The noise is gone now. A new problem appeared, when I was driving longer trips with this car. It brakes when I want to steer more then one turn of the steering wheel. It only caused this issue when I was driving more than 30 miles or so. It seems like that not all four wheels are having the appropriate speed to do this maneuvers. The t-case was checked already and is fine. What else can cause this problem?
If the diff is really low it may be overheating and binding but it would have to be really low or have a mechanical problem to begin with.
Tires can cause binding because different manufacturers tires with the same #s have a different diameter (I know they should all be the same but they are not). This should cause problems if you have all wheel drive or are using 4 wheel drive (both ends of vehicle will be trying to go different speeds...Same holds true for different ratio diffs)If you have little experience with this stuff have someone go over it for you, It will cost less than blowing up the transfer case or something!!!
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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