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Sign In with Edmunds. Howdy, Stranger! It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! Sign in or Register. On Edmunds. Visit Edmunds How-To Guides. Service Centers in. Browse Forums by:. What Edmunds Says Pros. Got a lease deal in hand? Give us the details and we'll tell you if it's a good one. Evaluate my deal. Do you have a lease expiring and got offered the chance to extend it for a month or more? Did you get a great deal? Meet your fellow owners in our Owners Clubs. February in Jeep. I own 2 JGC Limited's, a and a Both have a problem turning at slower speeds. When I do the 'turn around' on a highway, I have to turn exceptionally wide, etc. I've replaced the Transfer Case on the 98 and it didn't help. The mech told me it was the 4 wheel drive engaging due to control arm bushings, shocks, and uneven tire wear after replacing the TC! This has to be a somewhat common problem as I have the same problem with both vehicles, I would think.

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Login or Sign Up. Logging in Remember me. Log in. Forgot password or user name? Posts Latest Activity. Page of 1. Filtered by:. Previous template Next. I don't know if I am explaining this well or not, but here it goes. After making a turn in the jeep on paved roads, the steering wheel jerks or slight occilation back to center, almost like it does when in 4wheel drive, or at least what I have experianced with other 4X4 vehicals. What would cause this? I didn't notice this before or right after the tires where put on. I had the lift and tires put on the day after I bought the jeep. Any help as to point me in the right direction to solve this would be great. It is a '99 sport Thanks. Tags: None. Welcome to the board. Sounds like you are stuck in four wheel drive this is entirely possible thanks to the junk linkage on TJs. I dont know how to do it, because I have never had this problem, but I am sure someone ont he board will tell you how to manually put it in 2wd from under the Jeep. Comment Post Cancel. Thanks for the replies!

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The terms used differ from driveline wind up to axle bind, axle wind up and drive line bind, but fact is, that you can not use part time 4WD on dry high traction surfaces. You'll get drive line windup. This has been known since the invention of 4WD more than years ago. Unfortunately some owners of part time 4WD vehicles don't know yet. Then there are some "smart" guys claiming their truck being strong enough to handle part time 4WD and the resulting driveline windup on pavement. And it is true, some trucks are stronger than others - they break later. The extreme tension and pressures caused by the absence of a center differential or caused by a locked center differential will break down the protective properties of all lubricants, eventually leading to expensive component failure. The image above is the transfer case of my Jeep Grand Cherokee after accidentally driving about for miles in part time 4WD on the freeway. It exploded at about 70 mph. Here is why you get drive line windup in part time 4WD. Ten Stupid Things men do to mess up their 4WD. Here is why part time 4WD should never be used on dry pavement: Eventually you will break parts - expensive parts. All caused by driveline windup Before you get too upset - most modern 4WD vehicles do not have "part time" 4WD. Find out what you have here. Here is why you get drive line windup in part time 4WD and why full time 4WD does not get driveline wind up on pavement.

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If we can't tunnel through the Earth, how do we know what's at its center? What evidence does Coutu use to support her claim that improvisation requires resilience. A lady introduce her husband's name with saying by which can stop or move train what is that name. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply. Hottest Questions. Previously Viewed. Unanswered Questions. Chevy Silverado. Why does the truck jerk while driving in four wheel drive? Wiki User Because as you turn corners the path and distance each wheel actually goes varies. In normal 2 wheel drive this difference in distance travelled by the rear drive wheels is accounted for by the action of the rear differential. I drove Suzuki Samurais, I don't know about Chevy pickups specifically. When driving in mud, sand, snow, or other loose surfaces this is not usually a concern, as any slippage will be between the tires and the surface being driven on. This is why on older more primitive 4x4's, one should never engage the 4 wheel drive if not on loose surfaces. My brother once broke gear teeth in a Jeep by leaving it in 4 wheel drive on dry pavement. The tires had too much traction and the increased strain as a corner was turned was strong enough to break the gears in either the differential or transfer case I forget which. Many modern 4 wheel drive vehicles do not truly lock the differentials or front to rear gearing, and are more tolerent of driving in 4 wheel drive on sound pavement. Related Questions Asked in Chevy Monte Carlo Why is my front wheel drive car roar while driving and change pitch while turning? Sounds like to me you need a wheel bearing. Asked in Car Shaking Problems Why would a truck shake while driving? Numerous reasons possibly dirty fuel injectors, if its a 4 wheel drive could be different sized tires. It can also be a tire out of balance, bent wheel, or bent driveshaft. Asked in Ford F What happens if you drive your truck while its missing? If you drive your truck while there is a miss in the engine. You will notice it lacks power and may back fire. Yes, You can only shift it into 4 high while driving. You can not shift to 4 low while moving. In 2wd it will free wheel while driving.

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Our Address. Kings Mills, OH When you turn hard right or left as in a parking lot or on on ramps to expressways, the steering wheel will jerk right and left. Been going on for several years. First mechanic had no idea, questioned the VTM, Honda guy saw no VTM codes, thought tie rods and bearings ok and diagnosed the problem as bad tires. Got tires replaced Firestone mechanic did not report any linkage problems and problem went away. Now, after 6 months the problem is back. It feels just like when you have a 4WD vehicle in 4WD and make tight turns. Anybody had the same problems or any idea where to go? Thanks, Bri. Well, start here. Check for loose components. Thanks for your input. PS fluid level good, PS pump belt tight. Replacement firestone tires solved the problem at first, now back. Home Topic Jerky steering wheel on tight turns. April 27, at am Bri Participant. Viewing 5 replies - 1 through 5 of 5 total. Matt Participant. And welcome to the forums! April 29, at am Sounds like low power steering fluid to me. May 1, at am EricTheCarGuy Keymaster. You must be logged in to reply to this topic.

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