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Your jeep has two upper and two lower control arms attached to the rear axle. They have rubber bushings where they bolt to the axle and to the body. If the bushings are badly deteriorated, you will get a metal to metal sound when hitting bumps. Have them all checked.
Could be a number of things. Best advice is to take it to repair place with a hoist, get it up in the air and have them check out the exhaust system (might be a broken strap or mount), shocks, etc... could be the brake pads...and on and on.. Problems like this are USUALLY minor fixes but I would recommend getting it to the shop soon (before something falls off..).
Chrysler products as a whole are not well known for quality front end components ( I own one ) I would check the upper and lower ball joints and tie rod ends for worn or damaged parts. If no satisfaction here consider returning to where it was repaired and have them re-inspect thier work. All of us in the industry do are best but none are perfect.