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If you had hit an extremely large animal totalling your vehicle and it didn't seem to run right would you get rid of it or keep trying to fix it?

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  • bop_bop317 Jul 12, 2009

    It isn't the wobble that upsets me. Its the lack of faith in the mechanic work. I know jeeps are tough and the motors are hard to blow but idk how much more it can take before it goes kabom. (If it hasn't already)

  • bop_bop317 Jul 12, 2009

    I hit a bull going 40 the insurance company totalled it. I got enough to pay it off and fix it. Its that the guy i had fix it didn't buy new parts like he said he would and now everything is going out. The rents say that could have happened at anytime but i don't think its just coincidence.

  • Jesse Harmon May 11, 2010

    What is going wrong with it besides the wobble. The "death wobble" IS fixable but could get expensive depending on the cause. It is usually a combination of worn out bushings, steering and/or suspension components.

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Report it to auto insurance soon as it happen.you might pay a deductable.but they will fix car.i hit a large deer going 55 miles an hour.the dear did $2500.00 worth of damage to car.insurance fix it.but i paid 200.00 deductable.cheaper for insurance to fix it.you keep buying parts to fix it.it going to cost you.parts add up.

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Jeeps are notoriuos for having what is called the "death wobble". If you have this, it can't be fixed...don't listen to anyone else.

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