Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
There are 3 or 4 things that I can think of to check. Start by looking to see if there is anything hanging down or potentially being pushed into where the wheel is during driving, primarily the inner fender. I am guessing you have done this, but you can check to see if it has enough play to even get to that point. Next I would consider the splash shield for the front disc brakes. Did the noise start after a recent brake job? This is probably the culprit. To fix this all you have to do is give it a couple of whacks away from the disc rotor. and you're golden. The next thing to consider is whether the axle is rubbing on something as you turn. The fourth thing I would consider is a wheel bearing...just hope it isn't that because the others are cheap (free).
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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