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Old 06-04-2014, 09:50 PM   #1
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turning right wobble in steering wheel

Hello I have a 2009 wrangle jk I have noticed that when I turn rigbt to go say down a side street my steering wheel wobbles no noises tho and wobbles a lil when I go left but when im on the higbt way it goes straight doesnt pull anywhere got underneath and looked at all the bushings they all look good tirod ball joins all good any idears ?

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Old 06-04-2014, 09:51 PM   #2
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It aint a terible wobble and only does it when I turn should I be seriously worried anything will help ty

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Old 06-04-2014, 10:01 PM   #3
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Wheel bearing? Loose lug nuts? Is the alignment out? Put it up on a jack and give the tire a nudge up and down and left and right, or take it to a garage and have it looked at.

If you think there is an issue get it looked at right away because any small issue can turn into a bigger one if ignored long enough and create other problems. No matter what it is, have it looked at tranny, engine rpm, suspension, brakes etc., whatever it is you could save yourself a lot of hassle and money if you get it looked at ASAP.
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How many miles on Jeep? Did you buy it new or used? I have a 2009 and I can guarantee you that the ball joints need to be replaced if you still have stock joints. Could be a number of things. Being a 2009 depending on miles check for slack in all tire rod ends. If it only does it when you turn then it might be a U-joint on your axle. Search You-tube for helpful videos like PlanMan or BleepinJeep which give steps on checking for faulty parts.
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