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I have a 95 grand cherokee limited the problem it has is that the front tires skid on the pavement when doing a really sharp turn.

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Need more info. Has it done this as long as you owned it. Has any work been done to address this issue or got worse after a change of parts,tires Etc. This as you know is not normal and is an easy fix if the right person has the veh to test drive. Let us know how you got it resolved

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Are there damage to any 4wheel drive components shifting from 4wheeldrive setting still with transmission is indrive


Most 4WD systems are designed to be shifted in and out "on the fly". It is less stressful for the drive train doing it while in park however. 4WD does not like cornering - especially on "grippy" surfaces such as dry asphalt (why would you need 4WD on dry asphalt, anyway?). Dry asphalt is really tough on 4WD as the the tires may have minute differences in circumference as a result of wear and since all are spinning at the exact speed (even going straight ahead), those difference add up and strain the drive train. Slippery surfaces allow the tires to slip away those differences as soon as they begin to appear. Even wet pavement allows this to happen, tho not as easily as grass, dirt, snow or ice.

Drive in a tight, complete circle on dirt and you'll see that there's a shorter path of tracks for the inside tires than those on the outside. Yet, the 4WD locks all wheels to turn the same amount. The jerking during the cornering that you're feeling is the inside tires trying to spin to "catch up" to turning at the same rate as the outer tires. See the video linked below.

Check your manual and you'll likely be cautioned against running 4WD on dry pavement for these reasons.


Mar 03, 2015 | 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Front wheels shake going down the road


If you have not hit anything 95 percent of the time it is a tire issue. Can even be a tire issue if you hit something. Broke a belt in the tire. One of the weights came off the rim. I had a garage swear it was a tire rod end once and it did not fix it. Turned out they did not even check the tires. Turned out to be a busted belt and a missing weight. Could have saved myself 800 bucks in labor

Feb 16, 2015 | 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited

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Why does my Grand Cherokee limited 1998 over steer?


  1. it normal.
  2. its got bald tires
  3. or are under or over inflated.
  4. the road is wet.
  5. driving to fast for conditions.
but 500 lbs of sand bags in rear, cured.?

only cars with 50/50 weight F/R balance have any change of neutral steering, fast.
like Lutus, or other fine road /race cars. Mid engine cars?

get a front wheel drive ,when it skids, it understeers,
once the weight and drive line is balanced and tires.
you have the finer points.
complex.
seen here.

http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b140/Mike_Rides_Red/under_over_steering.jpg

Jul 23, 2014 | Jeep Grand Cherokee Cars & Trucks

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Why do Grand Cherokee Limited 1998 over steer?


The mechanical stops for the steering may not be correct, OR it is 'normal' and because the wheel is turned so far the inside tire is really scrunched. Also try increasing the tire pressure to the max in the manual

Jul 23, 2014 | Jeep Grand Cherokee Cars & Trucks

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Wont go in four wheel drive


what does won't mean?
  1. The lamp don't come on. (the lamp can be out)
  2. actual 4wd fails , that is, the tires don't turn, up front,under power, id bet you didnt check? actual 4wd actions?

which one.? which 4wd do you have.? and what mode did you select.?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeep_four-wheel-drive_systems

on Part time, you cant drive on dry pavement in PT 4WD.
got Part time? I think not, but??? dont know for sure....
Guessing:
i bet you have select track (no GRAND in title)
quote:
Selec-Trac offers full-time all wheel drive in addition to the part-time 4WD of Command-Trac. Full-Time all wheel drive has the ability for the front and rear axles to rotate at different speeds, making driving on dry and wet surfaces possible year-round without shifting back to 2WD again. It still has the ability to lock the front and rear axles.
end quote
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

do not use COMMAND-trac on dry pavement. its for ice or offroad only.

Apr 08, 2014 | 2006 Jeep Cherokee Limited

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I have a 2002 silverado 4x4 with a manual t/c shift. After putting it into 4 wd it will not disengage back into 2 wd.


WHAT SURFACE are you driving on,...????? ICE , pavement?
part time, full time or AWD? which is it.
Autotack????
open diffs?
some AWD have a center diff, lock , is that on? (never on pavemnt)


a chevy Jeep Grand cherokee??????
is this a 4wd question?
are you driving on pavement , ICE, snow or dirt.
my wild guess, is this is Cebby. and is not a Jeep
and is PART TIME 4WD and is not AWD
if you drive on pavement that is not covered in ice or snow
that is wrong, the manual explains that.
part time 4wd only works on ice or dirt.
more simply,. 1 tire must slip, that is be on something like ICE or dirt .
Part time 4wd has no center differentail
and if you drive on pavement (dry) it will windup the drive line
and something breaks.
so REpost what you are driving on , the world is complex
dirt,sand,snow, granite, ice, mud, ?

im guessing, here is trac-lock. discussion....
http://www.fullsizechevy.com/forum/general-discussion/technical-maintenance/504267-2002-silverado-z71-4x4-not-working.html

here are the options, then
quote:
The only 4WD options were either the base option with a manual 4WD shifter in the floor OR the more expensive pushbutton version in the dash. The pushbutton version also provides full-time 4WD capability, called AutoTrac. Whether the rear differential is Limited Slip or not is a separate option. Limited Slip is not available in the front axle.
end quote.
the base version is not for Dry pavement, and if you make that
mistake, the gears will be very hard to impossible to UN SHIFT
due to driveline gross wind up, just like any jeep, 4wd.
RTM.

Dec 14, 2013 | 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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95 Jeep Grand Cherokee front end feels like it's fighting either side either way I turn cv shafts are <10k on them...it feels like the front spider gear is stuck


Not familiar with the ZJ, but does it have a locking differential? Do they use limited slip additive in ZJ diff? If so, then its probably due for a fluid change and new additive.

Nov 05, 2013 | 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I have a 95' Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited with a


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Full time 4wd doesn't feel right on my 1995 grand cherokee laredo


normaly you wouldn't drive all the time in 4 wheel drive in less it is mad that way but the reason it jearks when turning sharp is because the front axle is tring to grip but the tire just bends and slips commen problem

Dec 05, 2008 | 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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