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Jeep been in shop at Jeep dealership and they cant find anything wrong.Feels like im running over something in the road. Hitting hard in rear but nothing in the road. They checked rear end and said its fine. HELP!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you take the tail light assembly off and take the bulb out, you'll see three metal contacts on the tail light assembly. Pry them up slightly and slide a small, folded piece of aluminum foil underneath it.
Replace the bulb and try to reproduce the problem. I found this fix online and did it to both sides of my car.. no problems since
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
SOURCE: My 2003 Rendezvous has a
Really a lac of info, but do check the exhaust. Is the noise when you put the peddle to the metal, or easing off??? And what sort of sound?? 1/ shake your teeth out,2/shakes the whole car, 3/just annouying? Please help us help you! Frankster016
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
Before you do this you might want to try fresh gear lube. On Ford products they use a synthetic additive in the rear and not in the front 4x4 axle.
The next thing would be to determine if it is a wheel bearing or a pinion bearing. You have to pull the axles and eliminate them as the problem. You might get lucky and not need to do the pinion.
The technical part of shimming the pinion gears with replacing the pinion bearing is about the worst part of the job. You won't know about the gears until you see them. You will need extra shims on hand.
It is a moderate job for two people. If you have all the parts it can be done in a day.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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Your jeep has two upper and two lower control arms attached to the rear axle. They have rubber bushings where they bolt to the axle and to the body. If the bushings are badly deteriorated, you will get a metal to metal sound when hitting bumps. Have them all checked.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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