2000 Jeep Cherokee Q&A
2000 Jeep Cherokee Question: what could be wrong
One or more cylinders may be misfiring causing vehicle to shake. An engine misfire can cause noise as it backfires. Your local repair shop should perform a diagnostic inspection of your Tune up parts. Intermittent shakes and noises could also be caused by loose suspension parts, broken mounts, driveline components such as U joints. There are too many possibilities/ components to mention to properly diagnose. For safety have your local repair shop inspect vehicle. - Protech2989
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