842 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer Jeep Wrangler. 56 of these members
(6.7%) have reported suspension repairs for their car.
A total of 95 suspension repairs to Jeep Wranglers--an average of 0.1 per
vehicle--have been reported.
202-horsepower 3.8L V6 4-speed automatic 4WD, part-time w/low range
Steering Clunking. Replaced steering dampener.
Steering clunking. Replaced lower and upper steering shafts.
Steering was loose and clunking could be felt. Steering box replaced.
Tie rod ends both had play. Tie rod replaced.
Tie rod and drag link replaced. Steering shaft loose and clunking again. Dealer replaced shaft.
Front and rear track bushings worn again. Replaced front and rear track bar.
Was getting sloppy steering, all four ball joints had play. Dealer told me this is normal and that they would not cover anyway due to mods. Ball joints bad and out of spec again. Vehicle had a shimmy. Dealer would not warranty saying this was normal. Had to pay for repair myself.
Wobble and shaking over bumps is back. Can not figure out what is wrong this time.
Ball Joints had slop in them again. This time replaced with aftermarket ball joints.
Steering box replaced due to play in the sector shaft.
Tie rod and drag link ends bad again. All four replaced.
Vehicle shaking badly at speed again. Trackbar replaced due to worn bushings. Jeep needs to redesign the front end on these things!!!