Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
Check all front end components for wear and tightness.if this is good and it has a steering dampener on it check to make sure is not worn out or seizing up.you could have a worn steering box that may need to be adjusted.check the front u joints for seizing up which can cause no steering return and vibration also check the rear drive shaft u joints as they also can cause a vibration.you could have lost a wheel weight this can cause vibration also.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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