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Steering Service Diagnosis - Wagon

Steering system illustration shown for reference only - click here to shop for these parts by interactive diagram

Steering System Diagram

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Hard Steering:Possible Solution:
Lack of lubrication Lubricate all connections
Tie rod ends worn Replace
Connecting rod ball joints tight Adjust
Cross shaft improperly adjusted Adjust
Steering gear parts worn Replace
Steering Loose:Possible Solution:
Tie rod ends worn Replace
Connecting rod ball sockets worn Replace
Steering gear parts worn Replace
Steering gear improperly adjusted Adjust
Road Shock: Steering connecting rod too tight; axle spring clip loose; wheel bearings loose, poor shock absorber control
Turning Radius: Short one side Center bolt in spring sheered off, axle shifted, steering arm bent, steering arm not properly located on steering gear

* Learn more about steering from the Service Manual for Jeep Utility Vehicles