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Popping in the front end on the drivers side in a tight turn

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  • Anonymous Feb 09, 2009

    I have a '93 Jeep Cherokee (Base Model- 2 wheel drive) that makes a popping sound when I turn the steering wheel to the left or the right. I have replaced the steering box, all front bushings, steering stabilizer, track arm rod. The only thing not replaced are the ball joints because the alignment mechanic said they were OK. He said he had a Cherokee and it had the same problem , he said he also replaced everything he could that might be the problem but could not find the cause. I would like to get some other opinions.

  • monkeyyque Mar 06, 2009

    Did you every figure out the problem. I have thing happening to my jeep but only when I turn left. Let me know.

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Sounds like a sway bar link problem.

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