Question about 2005 Jeep Liberty
Possible that running two different sized tires on the same axle could do that (differential thinks it's going around a turn all the time). But sometimes that is caused by low fluid level or improperly hardened gears. A good tech can tell you that by just looking at all the gears inside the housing, especially if he has racing or off road experience (there, you see every type of failure known to man).
Having a wrong sized tire or tires on there can damage the transfer case as well. The better all four tires are matched, (even within the same size and brand) The longer your drivetrain components will live.
Posted on May 23, 2011
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