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Difficult to steer for hwy use.
1999 Jeep Wrangler

Difficult to steer for hwy use.

(1999 Jeep Wrangler)
I'm aware front left shock in need of replacement. So I am replacing both front. Steering is not a problem for city use or speeds up to55- 60 mph. Above that & oddly not always, jeep becomes hard to steer. Steering becomes difficult & shakes violently until speed is reduced. 1st incident I thought I had blowout & pulled over to replace. I know that shocks wouldn't cause all of this. Maybe ball joints, tie rod? Am I overlooking something else equally important?
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of GT Service Center on August 04, 2016
Check the tires for separation, or uneven tread.
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on August 09, 2016
Thank you, I'm taking jeep to cert.repair pal Thursday. Not sure of what to expect but should they point me in right direction I may be able to do it myself. If not, guess I'll have to hit the hip pocket!
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of GT Service Center on August 04, 2016
Check the tires for separation, or uneven tread.
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on August 09, 2016
Thank you, I'm taking jeep to cert.repair pal Thursday. Not sure of what to expect but should they point me in right direction I may be able to do it myself. If not, guess I'll have to hit the hip pocket!

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