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1995 jeep grand cherokee shakes badly after hitting little bumbs or potholes after we slow down and apply brakes it stops. but we always hit some kind of bump in the road and it just starts shakig real bad again, and it wont stop unless we use the brakes. does not shake at high or low speeds.

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  • george may Sep 02, 2010

    does it come from the front or the rear of the vehicle

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Have the struts checked

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