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Old 04-05-2009, 08:33 PM
thebenreilly thebenreilly is offline
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Default left turn *POP* (92 cherokee)

hey guys,
i was driving my girlfriend's 92 cherokee and when i go to make left turns there is this POP noise and i can kind of feel it in the floor board. (kind of feels like it jumps a little)
she's got a 3 inch lift on it, running 33's. i dunno, just trying to give you guys the information that i know.
could it be the trackbar?
it does turn tighter to the right than to the left.
what could it be? where do i start looking?
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Old 04-06-2009, 09:00 AM
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Art Waugh Art Waugh is offline
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Might check the track bar frame bracket, tie rod end at the steering box, steering box to frame. Also take a look at the control arm mounts on the frame rails. My 88 had a pop when turning when I got it, was the end on the drag link. Never got greased by the PO because of the front belly pan.
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