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Old 03-01-2012, 08:10 PM   #1
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My Wobble Issue and Recommended Repair****UPDATE****

So, after replacing the ball joints with Synergy ball joints, the front LCA's and front trackbar with Synergy and getting the Jeep aligned, I am proud to say that my wobble is gone. Fingers crossed it stays gone, I haven't been able to drive it too much, but the only issue I am having now is the ESP. Am looking into the Procal to update for the 35's I am running.

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Steering wheel centered properly?

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Yea, seems to be, took it to a Jeep dealer for the alignment, it was at 45 degrees before the alignment and it only happens randonly on curves, but more often than before I replaced the parts.
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Yea, seems to be, took it to a Jeep dealer for the alignment, it was at 45 degrees before the alignment and it only happens randonly on curves, but more often than before I replaced the parts.
Yep. Anything you change will affect the centering of the wheel.
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Yea, seems to be, took it to a Jeep dealer for the alignment, it was at 45 degrees before the alignment and it only happens randonly on curves, but more often than before I replaced the parts.
Glad to hear the wobble is gone! You still getting ESP after alignment?

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Yep. Somethings you change will affect the centering of the wheel.
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Glad to hear the wobble is gone! You still getting ESP after alignment?

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my steering is out of whack after installing new seat covers

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my steering is out of whack after installing new seat covers

The seat covers belong on the seat. Where did you put them?

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