Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Sounds like a hub bearing. Jack up the front end and place a hand at the top and bottom of each front tire. Try to make the top or bottom of the wheel move inward and outward. This shouldn't move very much at all. The tolerance is measured in .000 of an inch. So if there is any significant movement, the hub bearing has failed. Another good part to check are your ball joints. If the hub isn't your problem, drop me a line and I'll tell you the procedure for checking the ball joints.
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