Question about 1998 Jeep Cherokee
The skiping of the tires is normall, especialy if you are on dry pavment. This is due to the fact that both tires are turning at the same speed as each other but travling at diffrent speeds. Thats why on the rear end, there is a differential, so the two tires turn at diffrent speeds so you don't get the skip or wheel hop as its commonly reffed as. As far as the overheating , I would look at the thermal fan clutch as not pulling enough air while sitting, but as you go down the road you get ram air to cool.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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