I have a 1996 Jeep Cherokee Country w/ almost 141,000 miles on her. She's been good so far and I have been replacing so much lately. I put on new tires which are 1" taller and wider then the standard tires. And it started vibrating, did the checking of new tires, it had new u joints and bearings, rotors, pads, drums and rear u-joints, leaf springs. Even checked the alignment. Started leaking gear fluid at one point and had almost none left, I won't even touch the fact of how many times the dang thing was on lift and no one noticed the fluid all underneath my truck. And she doesn't always show when she injured so no noises to make me question. Can I fix this? How do I fix this without financially putting myself in a hole? Do I rebuild or buy salvage? A new one would make me cry, I know that. My mechanics are great but I need another perspective. Thanks. Megan
have the same problem?
Saturday, May 12th, 2007 AT 5:32 PM