Solid front axle vehicles, such as the Wrangler, will have a tad bit of wander. That’s the nature of the beast. As an owner of multiple Jeeps through the years, I can say with 100% certainty that my wife’s 2020 had more wander than it should.i'm new to this jeep wrangler world. I drove two different JLU rubicon in the last week before a pull the trigger and buy one. I really like the the car a lot, how suspension works, engine power, interior, driving position......but steering wandering sucks. i wasn't expecting that to the point that i want to do a 3rd test drive with a non rubicon model to see how steering is in other trims? it was very disappointing experience to the point that I'm not sure if i want to buy it anymore.
my question is to the experts here, if this TSB solve this issue for real or I should expect seeing wandering as normal JLU behavior? and if it does why 2021 model don't come with that fix from factory??? should i wait for a 2022 model or maybe a late 2021 production model???
thanks for your help and excuse my total ignorance in driving a solid axle car
I had the TSB performed yesterday, and her Jeep now drives exactly as I would expect it to. That is, it doesn’t handle like a BMW, but it does drive better than my 2013 JKU as I would expect.
Apparently, the steering box in this TSB is standard on the 2021 models. There have been pics posted of it in the 2021s. So I would say that Jeep has fixed the issue to some degree.