My steering issues still persisting after 3 steering damper replacements, and a driver side shock absorber replaced and “re-tightening bolts”.
This video shows steering wobble 3 weeks after the V41 recall was performed. 5 visits within 22,545 miles for a never ending issue.
After reading on this forum I have found that the updated steering damper has been installed incorrectly. My vehicle has been completely stock through owning it. I was contemplating on the possibility of a buy back or going through the lemon law but have no more patience to deal with this issue. I’m seriously contemplating on getting rid of it by getting something else.
Hi George,725 posts later (not mentioning one's read via links) I'm still incredibly sad to hear there is still confusion.
Just started experiencing the shimmy in my 2018 JLU Sport after getting the mopar 2" and running 35's about a month ago (at about 14000 miles).
I do have some questions before talking it into the dealership next week...i want to go in with some ammo
With a manufactured date of 05/18 are these new track bars and drag links going to be available to me based on the updates?
Do i have to get new control arms to adjust the angle of uhhh (brain fart) or can it be done on stock ones?
I know my issue isn't much of a problem yet, but as everyone else has already said it will only get worse in time.
I also understand that adding the lift and relying on an already suspect SS isn't the best idea, so buying the fox upgrade is in my very near future.
Hopefully there are still new improvements that maybe haven't been added here @JeepCares