Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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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