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Does the grand cherokee require rear wheel alignment?

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Well for around 10-15 dollars more a 4 wheel alignment is worth it ...is the vehicle sidetracking { sideways down the road ? } or tire wearing out truly it is worth the extra few dollars

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What causes really bad vibration and steering wheel shake when my 1993 grand cherokee hits a bump at a speed over 55 mph


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Front tire wobbles like crazy...


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