Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Quick answer to a complicated question: There is far more to suspension than just your shocks etc. Every suspension component that moves has a joint or bushing. Because they move, they wear. When a single component wears enough, it fails inspection and you replace it. BUT, the combined wear on all the other components, though they individually are not worn enough to fail any inspection still total far more play in the suspension than you had when new. Additionally, over time the springs get old and loose some "springiness"
You technically could replace all the components but the cost would be extremely high and if you did it over time, by the time you put the last part in, you could start all over with the first one you installed.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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