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My jeep grand cherokee rear end seems to twist when I accelerate 2003

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Check your shocks push up and down on rear bumper it should stop moveing up and down in like 2 seconds if it keeps bounceing your shocks are blowen also look at the springs they should have apisitive arch to them

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I can't say for sure without actually checking myselft but it sounds like one of four possiblilities, ball joints, tie rod ends or sabilizer bar ends or shocks.
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To check the ball joints, while the jeep is up in the air grasp the top and bottom of the wheel and try tipping the wheel in and out, checking for movement in the ball joints.
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Not a tune up problem,
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I hope help you with this, good luck (remember rated this help).

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