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Old 07-16-2009, 11:11 AM   #31
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First, I'd like to say thanks for letting me join.

The death wobble issue is so extreme in my '02 TJ that I rarely drive it anymore. Just don't feel like crashing it. None of the problem ever occurred until the lift kit. It really makes me sad because I LOVE MY JEEP! Anyway, the front suspension components have been checked by myself and three front end specialty shops, and have been told the ball joints, tie rod ends, drag link ends, track bar and control arm bushings are all OK. The front end alignment was done at the time of the lift installation. Rotated the tires the first of this week, again, and the problem increased. Now, not only at about 45 mph in a slight left curve, but at 65-80 mph driving straight down the road. Just don't know where to turn next. I did read the article by Yucca-Man (Yucca-Man: Death Wobble) and his thoughts on the energy storage-release are quite accurate.

Worst case scenario, I will remove the lift and set it back to stock height. I probably didn't need to lift it anyway just to run the 32s, so that's probably where I'll go.

I will keep looking back here to see more comments and information.

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For me it's always been 95% tire balance.

Have you tried rebalancing the tires? Have a good shop do it and if they're not good enough, tell them to redo it.

Since you rotated the tires and made it worse, that means the rotation put the worst tires up front.

Figure out which 2 tires are the best balanced (including spare) and put them on the front.

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In case anybody cares: Installed the stabilizer last night, and zero DW now. It's a Rough Country stabilizer from JCWhitney. I believe it was $40.

I hit all of the bumps on the expressway on purpose to try and initiate it, but there was no wobble.
Be aware that while installing a new steering stabilzer may stop the symptoms of DW, doing so is NEVER the actual cure since DW is never caused by a defective/weak steerig stabilizer. Never ever!

DW can be caused by a whole lot of things or a combination of several things... imperfect tire balance, loose trackbar, bad ball joints, bad bushings in the trackbar, shocks, or control arms, improper toe-in, a bent wheel, bad unit-bearing hubs, and a few other things I can't think of right now. But NEVER a bad steering stabilizer. A Jeep with no front-end problems does not need a steering stabilizer to prevent DW.
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Be aware that while installing a new steering stabilzer may stop the symptoms of DW, doing so is NEVER the actual cure since DW is never caused by a defective/weak steerig stabilizer. Never ever!

DW can be caused by a whole lot of things or a combination of several things... imperfect tire balance, loose trackbar, bad ball joints, bad bushings in the trackbar, shocks, or control arms, improper toe-in, a bent wheel, bad unit-bearing hubs, and a few other things I can't think of right now. But NEVER a bad steering stabilizer. A Jeep with no front-end problems does not need a steering stabilizer to prevent DW.
True.... A new Steering Stabilizer just temporarily Masks the Problem.
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Be aware that while installing a new steering stabilzer may stop the symptoms of DW, doing so is NEVER the actual cure since DW is never caused by a defective/weak steerig stabilizer. Never ever!

DW can be caused by a whole lot of things or a combination of several things... imperfect tire balance, loose trackbar, bad ball joints, bad bushings in the trackbar, shocks, or control arms, improper toe-in, a bent wheel, bad unit-bearing hubs, and a few other things I can't think of right now. But NEVER a bad steering stabilizer. A Jeep with no front-end problems does not need a steering stabilizer to prevent DW.
Not so sure about that. I have had a 1997 TJ sahara since new and the ONLY time it ever suffered from DW was when the stearing stabilizer failed quite a long way from home. The wobble was so bad it felt like the front wheels were falling off, we simply replaced the stabiliser and it was back to normal again.

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Not so sure about that. I have had a 1997 TJ sahara since new and the ONLY time it ever suffered from DW was when the stearing stabilizer failed quite a long way from home. The wobble was so bad it felt like the front wheels were falling off, we simply replaced the stabiliser and it was back to normal again.

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You can be not so sure of that all you want Dave but it's true. I take it you didn't read the entire thread... it explains all this.
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You can be not so sure of that all you want Dave but it's true. I take it you didn't read the entire thread... it explains all this.
From what I read elsewhere the DW is a design issue with most suspensions and not fully understood, and therefore it has to be controlled by something. So I think it can be said the problem can be the stabiliser. At least thats the way I look at it.

I have just bought a 2003 which has this issue so am I right in thinking this is an issue that affects the later wranglers more? I know the first things I will do are to check balance of wheels, then track rod end bushes and stabiliser. If it fixes the problem thats all I need.

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Do a little more research jeepuk and you'll soon learn DW is not controlled or caused by the stabilizer. Yes DW is not confined to Jeeps. Here's a nice writeup on DW, check it out. Death Wobble - More than you ever wanted to know! -. It pretty much says what I've been saying so you will probably disagree with it too but...
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Do a little more research jeepuk and you'll soon learn DW is not controlled or caused by the stabilizer. Yes DW is not confined to Jeeps. Here's a nice writeup on DW, check it out. Death Wobble - More than you ever wanted to know! -. It pretty much says what I've been saying so you will probably disagree with it too but...
Jerry,

I am not looking to argue with you or to read or write a book on this. My experience is simply that my 97 Sahara owned from new was always perfect until its stabiliser failed, and when that stabiliser was replaced it was perfect again and has remained so ever since. The stabiliser is obviously there for a purpose as part of the overall design, and the fact is replacing that failed part was the solution to stop DW on my jeep regardless of any other involved analysis you want to get involved in.

For me I would rather see posts offering solutions that have worked for others than posts that maybe just put others off from posting their own experiences.

So come on guys, I would like to know if this is an issue which maybe affects more 2003 wranglers than earlier ones, as I seem to have seen more posts from owners of 2003 owners than any others.

Also, I note sticking it into 4wd helps when it happens, however I find on my 2003 Sahara it won't engage 4wd at anything like the speed that DW occurs, so is there some limiter that only allows 4wd to engage at low speeds on a 2003?... or is that something else I need to fix?

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Jerry,

I am not looking to argue with you or to read or write a book on this. My experience is simply that my 97 Sahara owned from new was always perfect until its stabiliser failed, and when that stabiliser was replaced it was perfect again and has remained so ever since. The stabiliser is obviously there for a purpose as part of the overall design, and the fact is replacing that failed part was the solution to stop DW on my jeep regardless of any other involved analysis you want to get involved in.
Sounds like your mind is made up and you didn't even bother to read that article. It is very well known, by most that is, that the steering stabilzer is NEVER the cure for DW... it only suppresses the symptoms being caused by something else.

You ought to at least click on that link so you'll understand what is being said on the subject. I bet from what you are saying you did not even bother to read it. Once again, here is that link... http://www.colorado4x4.org/vbb/showthread.php?t=50775 and it is one of many available articles and writeups on the subject that confirms the steering stabilizer is not a cure for this common problem which is something we learned many years ago.

I'm done here, I put my best foot forward trying to help explain the stabilizer thing for you but it obviously wasn't good enough for you.
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my 2006 was getting the death wobble, or at least i think so, some times, mostly at lower speeds, the front end would shake really bad, i was told i had a bad tire and it was caused by radial pull, i thought the guy (at jeff wyler ) was on crack and just wanted to sell me a new tire.. i recently put on lift, new rims, new tires and a new steer stab, ( i told the tech doing the work to check the ball joints and stuff and let me know if there was a problem) they said they wouldnt have been able to put the lift on if there was an issue with the front end components, so they said they were all ok. my death wobble is now gone, so my question is, how can i tell if its really gone or just masked due to new equipment. how can you tell is a steer stab is bad, i had the old one and pushed it in and it didnt come back out on its own (is it supposed to do that?) is there a way for me to tell if my components are bad, im not a mechanic but could follow good instructions if given.. thanks
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Only gas-charged shock absorbers come back out on their own after pushing in on them, hydraulic shock absorbers stay put after pushing in or pulling out on them. Steering stabilizers are nothing more than a hydraulic shock valved 50:50 so it resists equally in both directions. So because it is hydraulic, a steering stabilizer will never push back out again after you release pressure on it. If it were gas-charged, it would always be trying to push your steering to the side.
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The only cure is to bring the entire steering set up back into the original design parameters from Chrysler Steering Engineering group.
(They also decided to have a steering stabilizer/damper for a reason...!!!!!)

First and most important issue is maintenance and correct steering configuration.. Dynamic tire balance (pref. road forced) respect the initial designed scrub radius, (be careful with tire and rim off set changes) tire pressure and flank stiffness, the bigger the tires, the less caster you need, the bigger the tires the less TOE IN you need with road speed and bigger tires there is a trending towards more toe in grooving..etc.. These are all the variables we induce once we lift and mod.

If we agree that AEV engineering group is a to be respected group then I rather like you to read their opinion as well instead of my ongoing review..

Read AEV review of DW here

Further our friend Jim Allen (I hope we all can agree he is an authority in the Jeeper's world) has the following opinion about steering dampers: (page 54 - Jeep 4x4 Performance Handbook 2nd edition)

A good steering damper may stop death wobble before it starts. If one tire vibrates momentarely, no biggie, but if it can set the other wheel off, that's when the tru meaning of death wobble may be found. A good damper can stop it in its tracks etc...

Again why are OEM units designed with a steering damper...

An earlier statement like, " ..... A Jeep with no front-end problems does not need a steering stabilizer to prevent DW.... might be subject for some more discussion, but I understand the emotions behind it and might close by saying that a good steering damper is a must.. BUT IT for sure requires more than that..

Just my "humble" contribution..The good part of these discussion is that it will keep ALL of us on our toes to maintain our steering and suspension components in tip - top conditions.. (You never know when you are next..... )
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thanks Jerry, i read that article and now im worried that i just spent all that money on new stuff, and i still may have a problem that will degrad the new parts more quickly.. thanks for the info (guess ill have to dig the old steer stab out of the garbage, since its probably not bad) lol
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just got dw and article is great we will see if all this info helps Thanks
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i think that the DW is often caused by a broken band in one or a few of the tires... i had that problem and now that i got new tires, its fixed... balancing beads may also help.. you should check them out... just search em on google....
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Mines gone and I don't want to talk about it. Not that I don't wasnt to share, but I don't want to bring it back. not to temp fate
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well everyone makes some sense on this issue. My opinion is they wouldn't put a dampner on the jeep if they didn't think youd need it. Just like sport bikes which almost all come with dampners. Theres certian conditons when tires lift and catch under acceleration or poor road conditons. On a bike this can cause what we call a tank slapper. Theres nothing wrong with the bike but the bike lifted and came down with the tire in a different position then the direction of travel. I think if you have a softer suspention this could help add to the death wobble because the jeep will squat twards the back lifting the front tires off of the contact surface under exceleration. Granted you shouldn't get it driveing striat on smoth pavement, and if you do then theres got to be some issue. I beleave most of the time its the conditions of ther road or suspension set up. Grandeted any of the problems listed in these post could make it more frequent. Well thats my 2 cents.
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My 04 X developed DW around 20,000 miles. Dealer replaced the damper and told me that the front tires were cupped and that rotated the tires would help. DW went away for about 3,000 miles. Started to come back, so I rotated the tires again and it went away again for about 3,000 miles.

New 06 Rubicon started DW at around the same mileage. I have just been rotating the tires every 3,000 miles to keep it under control.

I really think the GoodYear tires are a major part of the problem and there will not be another set of those in my driveway if I can help it.
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Jeep was runnin great till i sunk her in the Pine barrens last month. now I get DW at about 25-30mph. I just replaced both front hubs because one of my u joints went bad. but that didnt change anything. Everything still looks right to me but still wobbles. any suggestions? I also have a good bit of free play in my steering wheel now what could cause this?
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I was getting the DW at low speeds. It ended up being the very slightest of play on the front trackbar where it mounts to the axle. I put an impact on it and done deal. 500 miles later, so far so good.
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I was getting the DW at low speeds. It ended up being the very slightest of play on the front trackbar where it mounts to the axle. I put an impact on it and done deal. 500 miles later, so far so good.

Can you clarify where you are talking about?

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Alright, It is back with some avengence. I tagged a tree the weekend before last. Well lets be honest... the tree jumped out at me! haha I was on a down hill descend and started to slide. The tree sacked my warn bumper (went right through it), Took out the pass. fender, then hit the front pass. tire. Exempt the bumper and fender all was good til' the ride home. 55mph and the front actually will oscillate off the ground, pulling me off the road, FAST.

Got it home, cleaned it with the hose, and noticed the control arm bracket bent like a ss. I guess when I hit the tree. It hit so hard that it bent the bracket and now I am back to DW. I want to straiten it and add 1/4" brackets to the factory ones (welded) and go from there. I am going to need longer bolts though. (grade 8)

This may not have happened then and the stabilizer may have masked it. But I did 70mph all the way to the park with no problems. I could only do 45mph on the way back.

I guess I am back in this thread....I get my new fenders in a week or so. I would like to be back on the trail by 10/3/09
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The trackbar, identified in the pic below, is what holds the axle centered left-to-right underneath the Jeep. If where it bolts to the axle on the passenger side is loose in even the smallest amount, it commonly allows DW to fully develop after being triggered by a bump in the road, out of balance tire, etc.



When everything in the front-end is tight and in good condition, DW can be triggered by a bump/out of balance tire etc. but not be allowed to fully develop into full-blown DW which is an EXTREMELY violent shaking of the entire front end that is guaranteed to make you think you're going to either crap or lose control of the Jeep.
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I've only been on this forum for a couple of days. I've spent hours on it though. One comment if I may...............Jerry Bransford is amazing with his answers and help. I've been all over this forum and he's everywhere.
Thank you for sharing your extensive knowledge with all of us.

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I was getting the DW at low speeds. It ended up being the very slightest of play on the front trackbar where it mounts to the axle. I put an impact on it and done deal. 500 miles later, so far so good.
Thanks for the pic and clarification.
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Thanks ccain for the information. I have a 2003 Sahara with a 2" suspension lift, 32x9.50 15" wheels/tires. I did not notice it before I lifted it but, I have a slight steering wheel shimmy at about 45mph. I've had the jeep aligned but I'm wondering if the same alignment specs are used after a lift has been installed?
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I Have to agree. I have had a few jeeps and they all have the same problems. the steering dampner. sometimes other loose front end parts but the stock one is junk. better off putting on a nice beefy aftermarket one.
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I am new to this forum: forgive me if i have misplaced this question....

I have a 98 Wrangler that has a severe case of the death wobble. So i am running down all the info i found from Yucca-Man: Death Wobble However i am stuck with what is seemingly a simple project, replacing bushings in from control arms. The front lower control arm bushings are rusted so severely that the nuts broke off the bolt and will not come out after trying to bang them out. Any ideas on how to remove this bolt from the bushing/control arm.

Will i need to resort to a gas torch?

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had same problem on my 05 Unlimited, the steering damper was bad, but i feel the cause was an out of round tire, had it balanced and it still shook.
stuck it on the back and no more DW but i could feel it shake like hell. got rid of the tire (wrangler gsa) and got rid of the problem.

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