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Automatic jeep cherokee 1998 tyres squeak when turning low ,low s

My jeep tyres squeak when turning on low, very low like parking or leaving my driveway speed and it feels as if in low range but its not ,can i disconect the all wheel drive or what can i do is it normal. now real noice only hard to make reasonable sharp turn on low speed

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Sounds like you may have a bad front cv axle inspect it you may find that i'm right ,and no you can't disarm the all wheel drive . hope this helps you!

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