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2002 Grand Jeep Cherokee//a CREAKY SOUND KINDA LIKE A LOOSE HUB CAP COMING FROM THE RIGHT REAR//had two mechanics test drive and look at it on a lift and they can't find anything wrong??//

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Hey there troop,

Have them repack the races and wheel bearings.

Best regards
Mike

Posted on Aug 05, 2010

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