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The "***** Wobble" is a byproduct of the Wrangler's solid front axle design, and can cause the steering wheel to violently shake after hitting a bump or other road imperfection at higher speeds. ... The new damper may not be enough to assuage Wrangler owners or those suing the automaker.Aug 13, 2019

Jeep Has Found Fix For Alleged '***** Wobble' In Wranglers

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Jeep Cars &... | Answered 10 hours ago

The speedometer gauge itself may be bad .

Jeep Cars &... | Answered 17 hours ago

Hi buddy
Why don't u try a manual.. this problem can easily be looked up there. And the website.. reliable-store.com has all kinds of custom made manuals so you will definitely find a solution there.. try it once

Jeep Cars &... | Answered 19 hours ago

check your vacuum line to the heat and a/c control box in the dash I had the same problem and the vacuum line was broken right where it turned and went through the firewall repaired it and it works fine now

Jeep Cars &... | Answered Yesterday

I don't know but taking a guess, I heard the digital signals of the CAN-bus network is carried around the vehicle by a single pair of wires twisted together.
Alternatively, they might be part of the airbag system.

Jeep Cars &... | Answered 3 days ago

Is the radio in question, on after the ignition is turned off? Trying to figure out the battery being dead and the radio being the cause.
In theory anything is possible.
I suggest you go to a auto parts store such as AutoZone. Have them test the new battery and test the alternator. I suspect one or the other will be the culprit. For the time being keep the radio turned off.
I hope this helps in your search for answers. Have a blessed day.

Jeep Cars &... | Answered on Nov 13, 2019

Check spark plug gaps they are far apart and when the engine is warm it spreads further making it impossible for the spark to jump from the firing pin

Jeep Cars &... | Answered on Nov 12, 2019

Bad heater core, bad switch, bad heat blend door, stuck open thermostat ......

Jeep Cars &... | Answered on Nov 11, 2019

Ok there's a few things that cause this (1) any one of the doors can be moving because the striker on the frame is loose or has moved and it is not holding the door locked all the way breaking the ground try to move the doors after closing them with the windows down any movement will break the ground and keep the interior light on (2) there is a wire that is inside of each door that has a plug on it and it attaches to the door lock latch mechanism in the rear of the door where it grabs the striker I just mentioned it has 4 pins/wires check that one of the wires is not broken off or that the plug is corroded and needs to be cleaned or that the lock plug pins/4/need to be cleaned (3) the rear lift gate can have the same problems mentioned above and the lock/latch or striker needs adjustment if the door is moving when you push/pull on it or it needs to be cleaned (4) all the door locks and lift gate are powered when you press the door/lift gate lock /unlock button if one doesn't work the that lock me be broken and it's keeping the light on so check them for operation (6) check all the wires for continuity through the circuits for each door from the plugs on the locks (8) you may be able to unplug all the lock plugs to shut off the light when the doors are closed then 1 by 1 plug one in and see if the light now stays on after you close the door if it does you found where the problem is and if you can't fix it you must replace it or leave it unplugged possibly but you have an anti theft system in this vehicle which may keep activating the alarm

Jeep Cars &... | Answered on Nov 10, 2019

Most likely if you have the correct rims. Make sure you have 17" rims or get a set with the correct bolt pattern

Jeep Cars &... | Answered on Nov 09, 2019

Either using dedicated tpms diagnostic tool or dealer level diagnostic equipment.

Jeep Cars &... | Answered on Nov 08, 2019

Before any power can reach the lamps or the switch, power has to be going into the circuit, yet nowhere in your description do you say you have checked for power going into or leaving the fuse, reaching the brake switch or leaving it.

I suggest you obtain a test lamp and follow the power...

Jeep Cars &... | Answered on Nov 06, 2019

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