Question about Jeep Cherokee
Rear brakes done on my 98 jeep and grinding coming from rear what can it be
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
Parkng brake likely needs adjustment. so that's that.
for the 1st part of your post however, do the following and in this order.
CHECK YOUR AIR PRESSURE. A low tire on one side and not the other WILL CAUSE PULL. It's a super cheap fix and you'll feel like a genius. After that, rotate tires if the problem still exists. if that doesn't do it then take it in.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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