Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
Posted by Anonymous on
Could be a broken shock absorber, abroken sway bar link, or just worn rubber bushings on any of these parts. You will need to get under the vehicle and visually check all these points, both where they attach to the rear axle and to the frame.
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