Question about 1999 Jeep Wrangler
The front end resonates while going down the road (on occasion, not constantly) and I just changed the steering damper 2 months ago. What else could it be?
Sounds like you may have some large tires on the Jeep. Check the stabilizer rod that attaches to the frame and down to the front differential. It may be loose or have worn bushings. This would cause the front end to shake at times. You probably get this problem to go away by applying the brakes a little or slowing down quickly to a certain speed. If that is the case check the rod and bushings. Good luck.
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