Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
2 possibilites that i can think of. First one is if its 4wd then the axle is going bad. Second is the bearing are going bad. Easiy way to check is jack the wheel of the ground and wiggle the tire. If you have movement at the center then the bearing are going bad. This is an important one to check out. If the bearings are going bad it is possible for the tire to fall off while your driving.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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