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I have a very bad vibration in the front suspention 45 to 50 mph

I have a 95 jeep cherokee. i have replaced all tie rod ends, upper and lower control arms, track bar, and u joints. onley thing left is the ball joints and steering damper shock. could one of these be my problem? what would be a sign that one of them rare bad any info would be greatly appreciated

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    have you checked wheel balance? did you have a shop check it out?
    also try moving front tires to rear, and checking universal joints on driveshaft


  • mlusk May 11, 2010

    dont mean to sound sarkastic but have you checked the tires the tire stores can check them for bad cords or out of round.

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A good bump will make that jeep shimmy real bad If the steering damper is bad. If the damper has visible oil leak or has more the 20,000 miles on it-Replace it.

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