Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
There are a few things that could make this happen, it could be that you have a tire that is out of round, that the front end is out of alignment, that you have a bent wheel, or that you have a bad/weak strut/shock. When the tires were balanced the technician should have been able to see if the tire was out of round, or that the wheel was bent, but remember that SHOULD happens and he may not have known to look for those issues. I would recommend that you have the alignment checked out, it is free at most places, and they can give you a better more precise answer to your issue, seeing as they will be able to inspect all of the suspect parts.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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