Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Hello hug-fly, sounds like again my honey is not near a phone, so it most likely is a upper or lower balljoint or a inner or outer tie rod or a torn boot? Also could be a broken belt in tire. A vacuum plate that may have gotten bent, by who knows how. I had that noise recently but I also had the items above replaced and my tires rotated, and when the mechanic was putting my jeep together he bent a vacuum plate that was located by my brake area. I also experienced that noise with a torn boot. Also you may want to check for bad bushings. Remember this, with experience when you start replacing front end parts beyond a brake job, you are better off getting it all looked at by more then one mechanic. I learned they only fix what you bring it in for, even if you say you experienced things that resemble a problem that chevy, ford, or what ever make(vehicle) is know for. They presume the answer is what fixed another make(vehicle). You need to shop for a Jeep (owner/lover) mechanic. A Jeep is more reliable(and less expensive)of SUV's if worked on by a JEEP owner/mechanic/lover/believer. That is my personal opinion! Good Luck, and happy Jeepin'.
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
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