Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Strange behavior for a Jeep.
Let's make sure we're on the same page. I'm going to ask a few questions. You answer. The more detail the better.
Define 'Bottoms Out'. Does the longitudinal frame hit the road or is it that the shocks have traveled as far as they can.
Does the vehicle sit lower in the right front?
If you push the vehicle down at each corner do they all resist about the same?
These aren't air shocks are they?
Jack the front end up. Do both front wheels hang at the same level?
Grasp the right front wheel and try to move it up down, left right. Is there play? noise?
Take off the wheel. Are the brakes shoes in good shape and secured in position?
Are the upper and lower shocks mounts secure?
If you had to guess, What do you think is BANGing.
Enough for now.
BTW, I have a GC too.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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