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Old 04-17-2011, 04:02 AM   #241
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Hi all,

I just bought a 2003 sahara and i find that it wobbles while driving. I at first thought that was just a regular wobble, which leads me to my first question. Does the wrangler wobble normally, especially when going over bumps in the road?

Now at least twice while driving the front end just started to shake/rattle violently. I was about to pull over when it just suddenly stopped. Does this sound like the death wobble to you guys?

Can anyone reccomend a good repair shop in Los Angeles (west side, if possible) that really knows wranglers, that can check it out at a reasonable price?

Final question, i am currently on 30x9.5 tires, psi at 34. Are there larger/wider tires that would help it to feel more stable on the road and less wobbly?

Thanks all.

I love it and am happy to finally be a jeep girl, but I want to nip any issues in the bud before they get much bigger.
What you are describing is the Death Wobble and NO, this is not normal.
Without a little more info on your Jeep, (is it lifted or still stock height, mileage) it's a little hard to pin things down exactly.
For a good description of the causes and cures as well as what to expect while finding the problem(s) to cure it, check out this article;

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There you will find enough info to be able to know if the shop you are working with can really help or is just "learning" on your rig. That can be important for you. Death Wobble can be difficult to cure even for someone who knows what they are doing, much less someone who doesn't.

As for your tire question, unless your Jeep is loaded with a lot of extra weight, that tire pressure is pretty high sounding. Go to a good tire shop and ask them to do a chalk test to determine what pressure you should be running.
Jeeps are fairly light unless you carry a lot of gear or have a ton of armor. The pressure on the side of a tire is usually a bit on the high side to cover heavier vehicles they may carry. The chalk test is the best way to determine what pressure your vehicle requires.

Wider tires alone will not cure your DW problem. Depending on whether or not you plan to do go off road much, wider tires may not be what you want. If you do plan to go off road, I would recommend the wider tires.

If you only drive on the highway, stay with the narrow tires for better gas mileage.
Good luck with your DW.
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I'm not sure if I had the death wobble or not, so I thought I'd ask. It ONLY shakes when driving about 50-55 mph. It's smooth as can be above or below that speed and has never done the DW except for in that speed range. It's an 01 TJ that's stock on 31's. I feel the steering wheel shake and it shakes the whole jeep, not enough to lose control, but it's annoying to say the least and not very comfortable. I'm going to check the front end for loose components when I get a chance, but I figured I'd get some feedback. I know it's been doing this for a long time now, and it has had several alignments and tires balanced/rotated trying to fix the problem.
That sounds like a tire/wheel balance/vibration/mud in the wheel problem.You can't drive out of a death wobble once it starts,I tried once and almost killed myself,my mechanic and totaled a customers truck.

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Death Wobble is your Jeep's way of saying "HEY! I need attention!!!" It is a combination of factors and rarely just one. Suspension bushings (including motor mounts and transmission mount), properly maintained tires and yes, the steering stabilizer all need to be in harmony. A little maintence goes a long way
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My DW fix

At first when i had factory tires on my jeep, i started to get the death wobble BAD! at the time i just took it into a car care center. they installed a shim kit to try and illiminate the "shopping cart effect" due to the caster angle on jeeps. i drove out of there and it was still there if not worse. frustrating on the money you spend at shops!! anyway i looked at the tires i had and being that i had those tires on there for such a long time with the death wobble i noticed the wear on the tires (bubbles, scuffing and out of roundness!!) when i installed my M/T's on my jeep i went from 8 inches wide to 10.5 inches wide, NO Death wobble since!! wider tires can help tremendously i found with this. mine is a 99 tj it could be a different condition in your case but its worth a try!! hope this helps
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I doubt it was the width of your tires. More likely the condition and balance...
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At first when i had factory tires on my jeep, i started to get the death wobble BAD! at the time i just took it into a car care center. they installed a shim kit to try and illiminate the "shopping cart effect" due to the caster angle on jeeps. i drove out of there and it was still there if not worse. frustrating on the money you spend at shops!! anyway i looked at the tires i had and being that i had those tires on there for such a long time with the death wobble i noticed the wear on the tires (bubbles, scuffing and out of roundness!!) when i installed my M/T's on my jeep i went from 8 inches wide to 10.5 inches wide, NO Death wobble since!! wider tires can help tremendously i found with this. mine is a 99 tj it could be a different condition in your case but its worth a try!! hope this helps
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You have "fixed" exactly nothing friend. You just took the finger off the trigger--- temporarily!
Your worn and cupped tires were telling you that something is not allowing them to wear normally. The new tires will take on the same wear pattern eventually and DW will come back even worse with the added weight of your wider tires.
Take your rig to an alignment shop with a very seasoned technician with experience around Jeeps and DW. Have them check out all suspension items listed in Death Wobble . In fact, print it and take it to the alignment shop with you.
Like most who post a problem here, you don't give enough info about your rig to make any specific recommendations, so you must start from the beginning and just work through the problem to "fix it".
This DW thing is serious and you should take it that way before someone gets hurt.
And remember, if the first thing they want to do is put a new stabilizer on it, RUN away as fast as you can. They are just as dangerous as the DW.
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I'm not sure if I had the death wobble or not, so I thought I'd ask. It ONLY shakes when driving about 50-55 mph. It's smooth as can be above or below that speed and has never done the DW except for in that speed range. It's an 01 TJ that's stock on 31's. I feel the steering wheel shake and it shakes the whole jeep, not enough to lose control, but it's annoying to say the least and not very comfortable. I'm going to check the front end for loose components when I get a chance, but I figured I'd get some feedback. I know it's been doing this for a long time now, and it has had several alignments and tires balanced/rotated trying to fix the problem.
What you are describing doesn't sound like a DW, though it could be the pre- stages of one.
First thing I would recommend is having the tires looked at by a professional. You may have a poor wear pattern that can tell someone who knows their business what's going on.
That may cure your problem... if only temporarily.
I would still recommend that you take it in for an alignment check too.
Ask the alignment guy to do a very meticulous check of all steering components including the Control arm bushings and be extremely sure the track bar is solid at both ends (no movement).
I have to assume that the Jeep is still stock height because you don't say anything. Stock Jeeps after about 40K miles have a tendency to start showing some wear in the track bar bushings and the bolt holes sometimes become wallowed out if the bolts have loosened.
Check out Death Wobble for a complete description of the DW and it's causes.
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I have a 98 TJ sport 4.0L auto and got 31"tires 98,000miles. I am experiencing some wobble at 65+. I try to stay at 55-60mph for fuel economy but know this is not right. I have yet to get the tires balanced but plan to. Is there anything else I should look for? She's stock no lift. Had the car inspected and they said ball joints were good and everything. What else' could it be?

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I have a 98 TJ sport 4.0L auto and got 31"tires 98,000miles. I am experiencing some wobble at 65+. I try to stay at 55-60mph for fuel economy but know this is not right. I have yet to get the tires balanced but plan to. Is there anything else I should look for? She's stock no lift. Had the car inspected and they said ball joints were good and everything. What else' could it be?

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At that speed it is likely the balance of the tires or the conditions of the tires causing the problem. Check there first, after that I would look at the front trac bar.
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What should I look for with the trac bar?
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You may have to take it off to fully inspect but the ball joint on the frame mount should be really tight, if not then replace the bar, there may be a way to rebuild it but im not sure how. On the axle side it should also be extremely tight, if not you may be able to tighten it given the bushings are in good shape. Nothing should rattle around. If that's not it then you can look at the steering stabilizer. Not sure how to check it but I will be replacing mine soon with an aftermarket one.
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I have a 98 TJ sport 4.0L auto and got 31"tires 98,000miles. I am experiencing some wobble at 65+. I try to stay at 55-60mph for fuel economy but know this is not right. I have yet to get the tires balanced but plan to. Is there anything else I should look for? She's stock no lift. Had the car inspected and they said ball joints were good and everything. What else' could it be?

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What you seem to have is not Death Wobble... trust me, you will know if you have IT.
The first thing I would recommend is to take it to another Alignment specialist, (find one experienced with DW, and with Jeeps if you can)
Print out the following for a little extra insurance.
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Have them check all the steering and suspension joints (primarily the control arms). Extra close scrutinizing of the track bar ends... including the bolt holes elongating should be looked at. If all that is OK, have the alignment checked.
A top notch alignment guy will check your tires for wear patterns and read them for some ideas of what he will find before he hangs the alignment gear on the wheels.
With your mileage and the description of the problem, I think they will find tire wear patterns that will relate to the reason for the vibration. This sounds like an alignment problem more than anything, but I am only going on what you wrote and cannot question you further and of course cannot see your rig.
Good luck and Happy Trails!
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After reading the forum more it looks like a lot of keepers are confusing death wobble with tires being out of balance/not properly inflated/chewed up.

If a tire off for one or more of the reasons listed above you will notice only slightly at first that a tire feels like it's bouncing a little, if the tire is on the front then it will cause the steering wheel to shimmy around hwy speeds. If you want to figure out if this is the problem quickly then usually you can figure it out by rotating tires, typically it's one tire and if you move the bad tire from the front to the back you will still feel it at hwy speeds but your steering wheel won't shimmy. Rebalance your tires and double check the treads for uneven wear as improperly balanced tires will wear in a bumpy pattern across the tire. This can also be caused by a bad alignment.

Death wobble is different. Death wobble is caused by a loose part somewhere whether it's from wear and tear or just something not properly tightened or functioning correctly. With death wobble the front tires start fighting to get in front of one another. If you have not experienced death wobble before then I can describe it as feeling like you are driving over a road made of speed bumps at 45 miles per hour.

It can happen that both of these go wrong and happen together, for instance an out of round tire can cause other components to wear out or loosen, you hit a bump hard enough and it puts you over the edge causing violent and I do mean violent shaking. Then you've got both problems and one wasn't noticed until the other was.

Why didn't this happen on yj's and cj's. Yj's and cjs used leaf spring suspension which held the axles in place as they are bolted directly to the leaf springs which prevented them from moving forward or backward. Tj's and jk's rely on a number of components to keep the axles solidly in place under the frame such as the control arms and the trace bars. To give an idea of how tight the tolerances are, after installing a 2" bb I got a bad dw at 40 mph. I literally could not drive my lj faster than 35 mph without completely losing control. My problem...a my front trac bar was wrench loose but appeared as if it were snugly mounted. A couple of wrench turns and no more problem.
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Well it was the tires. My pops just had me convinced it was more then the tires. Wow does the jeep feel completly different.
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When inspecting a track bar,set the ebrake and block the rear tires, get a buddy to sit in the drivers seat and turn the steering wheel with the engine running from 2 to 10 o'clock,then back again at a steady pace.Like how you would turn slowly in a parking lot.Now,you get in front of your Jeep and look at both ends of the track bar. The track bar has to move up and down at those ends but only when the distance between the axle and frame is changing,that is why you look when it is sitting still. If you see any up/down or side to side movement in the left side joint (drivers side)( a really worn out track bar you can watch the frame move side to side and the axle stays put ) the bar is worn out and needs to be replaced. Now watch the other side for movement in both the bolt and the bushing,any side to side movement indicates something is wrong and needs to be addressed. And since your under there watch your tie rods ends to see any side to side movement in the ball socket end. And please don't ever grease a front end before you or anybody else inspects it, that will tighten up everything and hide the worn parts.
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Don't be suprised if your year old track bar fails during the test above. I have had Dodge pick ups go through 3 bars a year because all they drive are logging roads.Get a brand name bar with a lifetime warranty and keep your reciept. It's a poor design but Ford suckered into it on the new Super Dutys, the end can be replaced but is pressed into the axle housing instead of coming with the bar. The old design was 2 bushings pressed into a solid steel bar, bushings wore out press new ones in for about $30.00.
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I had the EXACT same issue on my 98 TJ last week, rides great til just about 50mph then "holy crap!" After tons of research and advice from trusted (experienced) friends, I found that my passenger side u joints were SHOT and drivers were pretty bad too. Despite what anybody tells you, this IS considered a "death wobble" and your best bet o finding the issue is NOT in the tires or alignment (that was my first guess too)
Jack it up find out if there is any play in your tie rid ends (all four), ball joints or u joints first. These are pretty easy to diagnose cuz there should be NO play whatsoever.
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Can anyone help I have a 06 unlimited w a 4" lift new tires everything is tight. My front end jumps at 35mph to 40 then it stops. It only does it between those speeds. Dont matter if Iam starting out or slowing down it always happens
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Can anyone help I have a 06 unlimited w a 4" lift new tires everything is tight. My front end jumps at 35mph to 40 then it stops. It only does it between those speeds. Dont matter if Iam starting out or slowing down it always happens
I will try to help but we will need to communicate in terms that I can understand Clearly..
A "jumping" front end is not a term I have heard before. Please give more information.... (what kind of lift... short arm or long arm, who manufactured it, was it just installed; did the Jeep do this prior to the lift; was it aligned after the lift; did you by chance get a printout of the specs it was aligned to; what size tires; have you tried rotating the tires; WHO says the front end is "tight"; did you have a "high steer kit" installed; )

What exactly happens when it "Jumps"? Does the steering wheel shimmy back and forth violently or just noticeably? Is it the whole Jeep that jumps? Is this just a vibration or is it really "jumping"? Do you have locking hubs on the front?

This doesn't sound too bad if your answers are anything like I think they will be. Just respond to this and it will send me your reply by email and we can go from there.
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I know this is a Jeep forum but others are having the same problem as you.2010 Ford F550 Super Duty 4x4 DRW, 1500 miles. Drive this baby down the freeway at 65 mph and suddenly it will change lanes on you without moving the steering wheel. Ford says everything is within factory spec and they can't do anything more to fix it, Ford dealer even put new ball joints in it thinking that would repair the problem. The cure, remove the factory track bar and install an aftermarket track bar without a ball & socket joint in it, cut 2 crossmember rivets out and install new bolts to remove crossmember flex. Align and test drive. problem solved!
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Have a little wobble at 45-50mph, stops after/before that speed. My steering wheel is about 30-40 degrees left when going straight. Went to the shop and they're saying my alignment is off .3. Any thoughts if this is the issue? He's gonna do my alignment but he has to do some work to get the tie rod to move cause of the PO and how he messed up, tie rod won't move for crap.
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What is exactly off on the alinment, is it camber or what. If it is just the steering wheel is not strait, that is an easy fix...
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Toe in and camber he said.
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Ok go to this web site. Basic Jeep Front End Alignment. It is alot easier to show you there then try to explan everything over a Forum post. It will show you the basic alignment for a jeep tj, you can do this in the street in front of your house, It shows everything. If after doing what it says then maybe you can try things like new ball joints or tie rod ends... If you neen anything just let me know, i will be happy to help out anyway i can... Good luck hope this helps..
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Sorry....posted in the wrong place I think.

Sorry about the mix up.
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Well I had it aligned and balanced. Didn't help. Rotated the tires...MADE IT WORSE! Now it either doesn't happen at ALL or its HORRIBLE and I have to stop! ONLY happens from 45-50mph, everywhere else, nothing...

Attached are pics of tire tread, and where the trackbar is attached on the passenger side...looks worn? Maybe?
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Your track bar doesn't look to worn too me but it does look loose. Have you tried tightening the bolt? It could also be that your bushing is bad and that can be replaced easily as well.

All of my DW issues have been resolved with checking and tightening all bolts, (i.e. track bar, sway bar, shock mounts, etc.), alignment, and balancing of tires.

Also do you have a steering stabilizer? That also helps.
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where can I get new bushings? Yes I have a rancho stablilizer. Ill climb under there later and look at every bolt. I just dont get how it can ONLY be at 45mph though....
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DW is a peculiar thing. It could be just the right combination of things at that speed.

Here is what I found on the bushings:

Amazon.com: Rear Track Bar Bushing Set Black 1984-2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ,Cherokee,Grand Cherokee, Comanche # 27103G: Automotive

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