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2006 Jeep Commander Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-4BFBDD5    New

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2006 - Jeep Commander
TRW
1997 Jeep Wrangler Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-3108710    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
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1997 - Jeep Wrangler
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1984 Jeep Cherokee Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-4514BAF    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
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1984 - Jeep Cherokee
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1990 Jeep Cherokee Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-387A111    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
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1990 - Jeep Cherokee
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1990 Jeep Comanche Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-387A111    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
  • Non-adjustable
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1990 - Jeep Comanche
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2007 Jeep Compass Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-51477F8    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
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2007 - Jeep Compass
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1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-3541CC1    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
  • C1 Standard
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1999 - Jeep Grand Cherokee
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2005 Jeep Liberty Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-4119E43    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
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2005 - Jeep Liberty
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1985 Jeep CJ7 Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-4552F97    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
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1985 - Jeep CJ7
First Equipment Quality
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First Equipment Quality Suspension Ball Joint
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2002 - Jeep Liberty
TRW
2002 Jeep Liberty Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-170C449    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
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2002 - Jeep Liberty
First Equipment Quality
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First Equipment Quality Suspension Ball Joint
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2005 - Jeep Grand Cherokee
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2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-4F93CCA    New

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2005 - Jeep Grand Cherokee
First Equipment Quality
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First Equipment Quality Suspension Ball Joint
  • with Normal Duty suspension (Chrysler Code SDA)
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2006 - Jeep Grand Cherokee
TRW
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-4F93CCA    New

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  • with Normal Duty suspension (Chrysler Code SDA)
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2006 - Jeep Grand Cherokee
First Equipment Quality
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First Equipment Quality Suspension Ball Joint
  • Rear - Upper
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2002 - Jeep Liberty
First Equipment Quality
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First Equipment Quality Suspension Ball Joint
  • Rear
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2000 - Jeep Grand Cherokee
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2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-0E9CC1B    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
  • Rear
Brand: TRW
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2000 - Jeep Grand Cherokee
First Equipment Quality
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First Equipment Quality Suspension Ball Joint
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2001 - Jeep Grand Cherokee
First Equipment Quality
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First Equipment Quality Suspension Ball Joint
  • (Kit - Includes Upper and Lower Ball Joints)

    (1 Kit per Side)
  • Upper and Lower
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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1987 - Jeep Cherokee

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clunking noise when turning - car moving only

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Question From daboone on clunking noise when turning - car moving only

I have a 1987 Jeep Cherokee with a 4.0 V6 with a 116k miles on it. I am getting a clunking type noise when I turn the wheel. It seems to happen when turning right. No noise is heard when car is sitting still and I turn the wheel in both directions. If I drive the car I can turn the wheel left and right quickly and I get the clouking noise in both dirctions. The noise sounds like it it coming from the drivers wheel. Not sure if it is a ball joint or a CV joint. If it is a ball joint what is the procedure to determine which one is bad (can you tell by grabbing shaft and trying to feel play?). I greased all the ball joints and I thought that fixed it but it did not last long (21 day) and now noise is back.

Any suggetions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Daboone

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

To check joints hoist vehicle by under lower control arm on most - some will be by body to reveal ball joint wear - try both and all way - get a helper to watch and pry up with wheel just off ground.

That fact unless a cooincidence that greasing it made it go away isn't really good. A good steering joint doens't have any play so it that covered it up it may be very worn. I don't generally hear ball joint wear on cars as the weight is on them as to shut them up.

Really gotta check it all out - brakes, sway bar, shocks, anything you can find that turns. CV joint usually crackle some at first when given power on turns but never say never with that either,

T

clunk from bump

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Question From zmasterflex on clunk from bump

1996 jeep cherokee 63k miles. Sometimes when I go over a bump with wheel turned to the left I either hear a clunk or a small up-down scraping type noise. I visually checked the ball joint and it looks sealed still. Is there a way to know what suspension component is making that noise? (ball joint, bushing, or sway bar link?) Also if it is the ball joint do I have to change both sides or canI do only 1? thanks.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

You sure are busy today. Sway bar link pins or perhaps support rubber things do give out. The pins you can see broken. Other front end part even if they looked "sealed" mean nothing. You need to know how to pry, push, pull on every one of them. Check shocks too, especially the rubber bushings,

T

97 jeep grand cherokee laradeo problem

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Question From irish3023 on 97 jeep grand cherokee laradeo problem

i have replaced the wires on my 97 grand cherokee laradeo and it started up just fine . i went to start my truck this morning and it wouldn't start , so i got a jump and it started but wont hold an idle but you are able to hold the gas a little and put it in gear and drive . After i drove 2.5 miles i turned the truck off thinking it was fixed nope it wont start . i also have no power locks or power windows i need help my wife is giving birth tomorrow and i need my jeep asap

Response From Hammer Time

You need to charge and test the battery and it's connections first, and then the charging system when you get it running.

Response From irish3023

i have had the battery and alternator both tested and was told both are working properly

Response From Hammer Time

Well, apparently not. If your car started with a jump start then you have either a dead battery or a bad connection to the battery.

Response From irish3023 Top Rated Answer

well to all i fixed the jeep it had a bad ground, a bad battery ,a bad gasket on the oil filter and a bad lower ball joint on the passenger side. i fixed all these problems and the jeep runs great i love it thanks for the ideas.

Response From Hammer Time

i have had the battery and alternator both tested and was told both are working properly

Interesting........................

Response From irish3023

i took it to my mechanic actually towed it there lol and he is fixing the problems as we speak it had me so confused because i figured it would something stupid

1998 jeep grand cherokee unknown wobble

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Question From FUN MUDDER on 1998 jeep grand cherokee unknown wobble

i just put a susp lift on my 98 jeep grand cherokee and new 34 swampers. But when i get up to about 40mph it shakes and wobbles to the point where you can't hold on to the steering wheel does anyone know what could be wrong. i have already replaced the wheel bearings ,steering shock and both sway bar links.

Response From Hammer Time

i just put a susp lift on my 98 jeep grand cherokee and new 34 swampers.

Do you really have to ask?

Response From re-tired Top Rated Answer

Did you have a proffessional 4x4 shop do the work or did you DIY it? Where the proper wedges installed to correct the caster? Are all linkages in near new condition , ie tie rod , ball joints . Was this a body lift or spring lift or a combo ? Did you install a heavy duty steering stablizer ?In many cases you need to have the tires "trued" or shaved in a machine to round them out. I once had a 80 f150 with 18 in lift ,18/44's and it drove and rode like a factory truck so it can be done BUT >>> . You cannot cut corners when you do these things , it must be done right or not at all . It's more than jamming on the biggest tires that will fit. I had over 2 grand in my suspension.

MA Failed Inspection

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Question From lal12 on MA Failed Inspection

2004 Jeep Wrangler SE 86k miles - Massachussetts inspection
Went to get an inspection and the guy failed me for saftey. Said I needed to the upper and lower ball joints in the front right wheel had to be replaced but he could do it for $250 right there. I said no I have a regular mechanic he tried hard to sell me and say I would find the price cheaper but I said no. So I took it to my normal mechancic and someone random mechanic just to get views and both said they didn't need to be replaced. Is tehre any way without filing a complaint to the state I can just get another inspection and be on way?

Response From lal12

Also my mechanic said it would be a lot more the $250 to do the job and he thought he was trying to quick sell me and do nothing. Hence why I'm thinking of filing a compliant but I'd rather avoid the the hassle and just get it reinspected by someone reputable.

Response From zmame Top Rated Answer

Well we are just here to give repair advice and not much in the legal dispute.. Some people may have more tolerance then others if there is just a tiny bit of play then one person may let it go where the other may not. Does seem kinda cheap for both lowers , tire and alignment check.. considering the tire new would probably be at least $100 not installed.

Long story short you can complain, but it will probably get you no where and alot of wasted time.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

We aren't here for legal disputes - PERIOD.

From Mass so know the ropes. Inspections can stink and a way for the shop to screw people if so inclined. A red "R" sticker means that vehicle is not allowed on public roads - no games.

If you don't think this vehicle needs that work take it right away to any other shop for inspection or the repairs. You get a FREE re-inspection here once when just the listed items are tended to or God help us if that was a fake so pay a shop a couple bucks for an estimate if it needs anything at all.

Trust me - retired but we worked hard to help folks and most are still working that reply here. The other side is a bitching customer which happens too and quickly showed the door by me!

Tom