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A faulty stabilizer could be causing a shake like that, especially if you run bigger tires or a lift. Also check your alignment and make sure other steering components are tight and there is no steering play.

check control arms and front axles. worst case scenario the brake calipers may be flexing.


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Posted on Sep 28, 2010

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Rear brakes lock when press brake pedal.


get is serviced.

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1988 jeep comanche brake proportioning valve


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they have a guage test (expensive gauge)
or replace it ,if in fact you know for sure the rear brakes are good.

i think raybestos sells this.valve rebuilt.

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did you read the fsm? yet
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