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Asked by John Candy

I OWN a WJ Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7-litre V8 which I bought new. Last year it was in a crash involving a severe impact to the front right quarter, centred on the wheel. Since being repaired it has developed an intermittent problem. On full right lock at low speed, the RHF wheel shudders badly. When I returned it to the repairer under warranty, he claimed it was not a result of the collision, but a ``Jeep problem''. What is your view?

Answered by CarsGuide

31 Mar 2006 Carsguide.com.au

GO BACK to your insurance company and demand to have your car inspected. It sounds as if the collision did cause a problem with the suspension, and it hasn't been fixed.

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