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My 2002 Jeep Wrangler shakes when traveling 45-50 mph. I had the tires balanced and rotated regularly and the Jeep only has 47000 miles on it. What causes this? Alignment? Shocks?

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  • ladydiy1004 Nov 07, 2008

    My 2005 wranglers front end shakes violently back and fourth when I reach 40 miles an hour had tires balanced and rotated still not solved and I only have 15,000 miles on it.

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Replace steering stabilizer and rotate tires every three thousand miles. Rotation is actually the most important. Took me two sets of tires, before they were worn out, to realize the problem.

Posted on Dec 08, 2008

My jeep had the same problem. it was the shocks going bad along with the steering stabilizer. all easy to replace and costs about 170 far all the parts. search how to replace shocks jeep grand cherokee on google if you need more help on replacing them. i got my parts at autoanything.com (free shipping)

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