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1994 Jeep Cherokee has 180K miles and steering is not steady. Seems to want to drift left and right. Can keep the car going straight but I am not getting that Steady Tracking feel. What should I look at first?

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Look at your wheel caster: Have your car wheels aligned: Caster/Camber adjusted.

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