Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Not the front End!!!!!!!! Not Bad Drums!!!!!! not bad Brakes!!!!! Its definitly in the rear end because when i jack it up and test it it only happens in the rear, also when i jack up the rear the passenger side brakes first and then the drivers side, i am wondering if its in the the pumpkin? any thoughts ?
Just as a question but does this shaking also happen occasionally after hitting a bad bump? The heavy shaking in the cherokees is asctually a common issue known as the "death wobbble". It is actually one or more of your control arms coupled probably with a bad CV or maybe even a seperated belt in your tire. My 93 had the same issue. After replacing everything that had to do with braking I discovered that it did it not just as braking but also when I hit a bump doing more than 30mph. I would recommend taking it to a 5* shop. The best one in town and let them look at it. It will cost you a litlle more but if it is the "Wobble" you'll thank them for it.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
TAKE A LOOK AT THE DRIVE SHAFT IF IT MAKES ANY NOIES
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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