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2006 jeep cherokee suspension problems and cost to fix sounde like and feels like too much play in front and small bumps are too harsh

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At around 50,000 miles I had a similar issue and had to replace the right bearing hub assembly. I was having a vibrating issue also, so this may not be the same issue.

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