What in the Marlboro smokin', cowboy boot wearing, tobacca chewing, sam hill is going on in there?
Yep jack up a front tire and check 12-6 Tre ends, 3-9 , ball joints, agreed with all the aboveI don't see any pics.....
DW is a fickle mistress. She must be courted accordingly. My case took years on and off, but shes hibernating for now.
Lets see your weird looking coils, but coils aren't a DW causer. Like ever.
Control arm bushings are a good start. Might have to pull them off and check em over.
Trackbar mount and bushings are probably the number 1 cause in most jeeps.
TREs can go bad and cause it.
Balljoints can cause it
Bad tires, out of balance, badly worn, or out of alignment can cause it
Worn out steering gearbox can cause it, that can be tightened a little sometimes, but replacement is a good option.
Broken steering box spacer or busted frame can cause it. Look for cracks near the gearbox up front
Ok... Here are the pictures. They wouldn't load yestetdayYes, well that's my problem at the moment is not having the money to take it anywhere and have anything done on it. I sure the hell wish I could, tho. So just to update...I replaced the fuel pump and it was definitely the problem as far as sputtering goes. It no longer has any hesitation and I got my power back.. I bought the manifold and I guess I'll see how that repair goes, in a few days. I'm hoping for the best on the bolts, but I'm certainly prepared for it to NOT goes as smoothly as I'd like. Next topic, is my front suspension. I've been dealing with death wobble off & on, since I bought it. And if course....That too, I most definitely can't afford to take it to a shop and have it fixed, cuz it will cost me 200 just fir them to look at it, I've already inquired. In the past I have asked a couple other Cherokee groups, whether or not it could be caused by shocks &/or, coil springs, and I've been told that not those alone will cause the death wobble, but when I look at my springs....my logical mind tells me that because of how screwed up they look...it very possibly COUlD be a huge contributing factor. But I suppose I could be wrong, since I know nothing about lifts & jeeps. So I'm posting these pics I just took , so you all can see why I believe my death wobble could be related. And even IF they can't be the reason for my wobble, I Positively KNOW that they aren't supposed to look like this!! And when I first got this Jeep, it was only on one side that it was bent and offset , but now the other side is becoming the same way