How To fix Death Wobble
In this video I explain how to cure death wobble on your vehicle. This
particularly is a Dana 30 on a Cherokee XJ but it could relate to most
vehicles particularly solid axle SUV's and trucks like Jeep Wrangler, TJ,
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mileage may vary. Do not try this at home. Void where prohibited. Some
assembly required. For off-road use only. Slippery when wet. Batteries
not included. Do not use while operating a motor vehicle, heavy
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Steering wobble cure for my jeep
My Jeep Wrangler TJ wobbled at highway speeds. It wasn't a full death
wobble, just a steering wheel shake. I got underneath it and had a friend
turn the wheel back and forth until I found bad bushings in the steering
stabilizer. This video shows me replacing those bushings. I hope it helps.
My 2005 Jeep Wrangler shakes violently and Chrysler will not acknowledge
It tured out to be the tires. We went from good year to michelin and have
been driving with michelin for over a year now and it has not happened
The local dealership finally believed me after watching the video and
convinced chrysler to give me new tires.
-- If you have good year wrangler tires, this may be the problem. Good Year
will not acknowledge a problem. Be persistant with your dealership.
Jeep Death Wobble
My Jeep doing a death wobble after comming home from wheeling. Would do it
after hitting 60 km/h. Mud getting into the tire from loosing a bead on the
trail was the cause.
Death Wobble pt 2
Death Wobble pt. 2 for those who said the first one did not warrant any
2008 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Death Wobble
This was my first experience with "Death Wobble" in my 2008 Jeep Wrangler
Unlimited. Pardon my language.... it was 12:30 am and I was driving home
after a long day at work.
After my 3.5" lift, this started to happen. No matter how much I torque
down my JKS adjustable track bars this happens when I hit a moderate bump
THis is just a very minor wobble, but even then you can see me start to
swerve. For my own safety and the others on the road with me I did not do
this any faster.
See at 0:38 I hit RR tracks at 45mph and no wobble. at 0:50 I hit a bump
on a bridge doing 53MPH and you can hear it continue for 10+ seconds after.
Death wobble cause?
This is my 2006 jeep wrangler, axle side track bar mount. I've already had
the lower control arm bushings (Didn't fix anything), as well as the
alignment and wheel balance done. Everything else looks pretty healthy so I
think this might be causing the death wobble.
UPDATE** Just in case anyone wants an update, I replaced this bushing on
the stock trackbar with a set of polyurethane bushings from Energy
Suspension for 10 dollars. Did it myself following this write-up
http://www.gibnet.us/JeepMods/trackbar.htm in one afternoon. Been about 3
months and 4 road trips and still no death wobble! We'll see if it ever
Jeep XJ Death Wobble
(wobble can be seen at 1:10 through 1:40)
I have the dreaded jeep death wobble..
It's a 93 country edition xj, bone stock.
I know the tires are balanced so I can rule that out but I have no idea
what else is causing it.
Any help would be much appreciated, I'll try to upload a better video, this
is all I had time for today. Maybe an undercarriage view?
also seen here: