Question about 2005 Jeep Wrangler
I have the same shimmy i replaced the steering damper with a realy good rancharo shock 1 month ago problem was fixed now it is back. no lift kit. no oversize tires. it is a right hand drive for postal route. seems to get worse when tires get wore down, had them balanced shimmy still there. front end good and tight.
Hey, kinda late but, I would check the track bar. With engine running, have someone turn steering wheel back and forth (quarter turns are fine). watch the frame side (should be passenger side for right side drive) for up and down movement. If any is noticed, replace it.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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