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Old 01-22-2011, 04:23 PM   #1
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swaying problems!! help!

Hey guys you helped me out last time hoping you can this time!! At first I noticed when i was going like 50 would feel like i was slippin on ice, was totally dry road, but was always to the right side. Now as of yesterday it started at like 30mph!! Thanks for any info ya guys/gals have!! oh yea its a 1994 yj!

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check your drag bar and the ends. It sounds like one tire is drifting and wanting to go its own way. (Tie rod...) Its the smaller one on top, with one end on the pitman arm which comes down from your power steering pump. Chances are, one of the ends is getting loose at the knuckle.

Here is a pic of mine that I replaced w/my lift kit install. This also controls the position of your steering wheel and allignment.




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You might also check the rearend, make sure its not moving on the springs.
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Have you checked your tire pressure?
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Have you checked your tire pressure?
yeah, always good to check first.
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