I have a 2015 Jeep Trailhawk, it is having an issue when going about 60 miles per hour, if it hits a bump it will start a vibration in the front end, you can feel it in the steering wheel, if you touch the brakes it stops. It does not do it every time you hit a bump just once in a while. The dealership has checked everything, they can't find an issue. So they got together with Crysler Engineers and as a guess want to replace the rack & pinion steering, they cannot gaurantee it will fix it. Of course this is at our cost. Has anyone out there seen this before?
Yes .That is a good place to start.
Yes I have a 2014 that just started doing this. May need to replace the rack my mechanic friend says do to no parts needing replaced. Trying new tire and alignment to see if that makes a difference first.
Did it fix it when getting rack replaced?
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