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When turning corners jeep will not centre itself you have to turn it back manually causing wandering when going down the hwy also bad vibration startind at 70 khp and up

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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.

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