If you drive a WK Grand Cherokee, then you're used to a smooth ride. You love its four-wheel drive and off-road capabilities, but when you're cruising down the highway you really appreciate that gliding-on-air sensation a WK gives you. So when your jeep WK suspension starts to wear out, you're going to notice. That's why you want to replace worn out parts as soon as possible.
When to Replace
How soon your suspension starts to wear out depends a lot on how you use your Jeep. If you're taking it off-road a lot, or just have to navigate poorly-maintained roads regularly, then the components of your suspension system are going to wear out sooner, probably before 50,000 miles. Once you start to notice dips and bumps more than usual or you feel vibrations inside your cabin, it's time to take a look at the suspension and see what's going wrong.
What to Replace
Knowing which part is causing the problem takes some hands on investigation, but the most common cause of suspension trouble is the shock absorbers or the control arm bushings. If you're bouncing around behind the wheel, it's probably your shocks. If you're experiencing a whole lot of vibrations in the cabin, especially in your steering wheel, take a look at your control arm bushings.
At 4WD.com, we provide you with a comprehensive diagram of a Jeep WK front suspension and rear suspension to help you find the exact part you need to replace. We also provide a handy ‘Select Your Vehicle' feature that makes sure you get the right part for your Jeep. So if you need to replace something on your 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee suspension, just enter your Jeep's make and model, then click on the right part on the diagram and you jump right to it on the product list.
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