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Seems to be problem with power steering. makes horrible grinding noise when turning left or right. have spent thousands with different mechanics. they have never figured it out. but it seems to be with the steering unit.

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  • clyde316 Aug 25, 2008

    Have the same problem. Feels like gears grinding and makes a loud "chunking " noise. Started when I took a hard turn into a parking space. Also as a result of this my 95 Grand Cherokee now rolls when in park unless I engage the emergency brake

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I am also facing the same problem, If i ran more than 50KM or if my jeep became hot , afterwards if i turn my steering i feel something caught on front wheels and uneasy to move forward.
my mechanic doesn't understand what is the reason. Can anyone help me by giving a detailed solution? Pleeeeaaaasee
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Do you have a Grand Cherokee with full time all wheel drive? If so the viscous coupler in the transfer case could be at fault. They fail 100% of the time in those jeeps at around 100,000 miles + or -. In tight turns after the t-case warms up the Jeep will make an awful howling noise and the tires will usually chirp on pavement. The only fix is an updated viscous coupler or a new t-case.

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