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Jeep 98 4 cylinders, shakes when on 50milesan hr.

My jeep 98, Manual, 4 cylinders shakes most often when driving on the highway. the front wheels begin to shake like the wheels are going to fall off, this makes the whole car to shake until I have to slow down to 40 miles an hr. I went to pep boys, the told me it was because all my schocks where bad. I recently have new schock front and rear, this problem still persists.

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This problem is know as the death wobble. There is no one answer that will fix it. This is a well known problem among jeepers. Do a google search on death wobble and you will find a lot of help, but like I said there is no single answer. If your jeep is lifted, you need to find a really good alignment shop that has experience with lifted jeeps.

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  • masterovnun Jun 09, 2011

    this happened to my 98 jeep it was the damper shock connected to the stabalizer bar in front under the jeep looks like a shock

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