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2006 JEEP WRANGLER X . ATABOUT 50 MPH SOME TIMES YOU GET WHEEL HOOPING IN FROUNT .

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Also should check tire balance - goes hand in hand with rolnondubs response.

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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Does this happen when you are going straight , turning , gravel road , rough pavement , check tire wear should be worn evenly excessive wear on the inside or outside edge of the tire indicates worn parts is there mud on the inside of your rim .......

Posted on May 18, 2009

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I have a2006 JEEP WRANGLER and is making a clicking noise from the drivetrain only when driving 5-10 mph ,can you please tell me what the problem is?


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balance front tires and have front end inspected for worn joints

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I have 2002 jeep wrangler at speeds between 50 nad 55 mph I get a vibration in the the front steering. I changed the steering damper and had the tires rotaded and balanced and i still have the problem.


have the mounts checked on the control arms, alot of times the can bend slightly due to a "curb" check. Call a local 4X4 shop and tell them you are experiencing the "death shake" they should know what you are talking about. That was the problem on my 02 TJ, i had replaced everything when i noticed that the angle on the control arm looked a little off.

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If it shake only when the brakes are applied, then it is a brake issue/ uneven wear on the pads & discs.
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Your tie rod nut needs tightning, the extra play causes the front end to vibrate or wobble your vehicle and sterring wheel.

look under the car where your steering wheel gear box connects to the tie rod, see if the nut and carter key have slop in it.

if so, take the carter key out and tighten the nut and then replace the carter key as it was.

the test it on some bumps and potholes.

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could be a bent rim ? have you changed the universal joints? how about the tie rods and stabilizer bar

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