Question about 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland
My 2007 Diesel powered Jeep Grand Cherokee pulls hard to the right while towing our TT. The TT is within the limits of the tow rating. It does not pull hard when its not towing but has a slight pull to the right, even though I just had it alligned. I also checked the tires. I have check my WDH and load but still get the problem. My poor tires are going to be gone in no time. What else could be causing this? Any help would be greatly appreaciated. Thanks.
I don't know what type or brand travel trailer you have but I would have the axle/axles checked to see if they may have shifted on the leaf springs causing the trailer to push to one side or another. Basically have the axle alignment checked on the trailer. Also check the spring shackles and bushings for damage and rot. And check the trailer brakes if equipped for dragging on one side more than the other.
Posted on May 04, 2010
Testimonial: "That was something that I have not checked or even thought about. I measured the axles to make sure they are square, and they were. The tire wear is normal. But thanks for a great idea I would have not thought about. "
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