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Jeep shakes bad out sometimes. I can hardly hold

Jeep shakes very bad sometimes. I can hardly hold the steering wheel when this happens. Other drivers think my wheel is about to fall off cause it shakes so bad

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Make sure the steering stabalizer shock is not blown out(leaking), or a seperated tire.

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