Question about 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Which transfer case do you have? Does it have AWD or 4WD? Does it only do it while the steering wheel is being turned, or all the way through the turn?
If it does it only while turning the steering wheel, there is a bushing in the steering column that is making noise. I have seen this happen on an '00 and '01. If it is making noise all the way through the turn, and you have AWD, it probably is the front axle. A neighbor of mine had this happen on her '00. Turns out the front axle wasn't filled properly from the factory. Added the appropriate amount of gear oil and noise went away.
If you have 4WD, make sure you're not driving around with the transfer case locked in.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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