Re: Overland frontend has anyone had theirs fixed
Originally Posted by Djv1389
The sound I'm dealing with is almost like a bad strut that had lost all it's oil,or a air conditioner fan failing.i do not feel any thumping.i did have a problem when merging onto a highway with a long sweeping on ramp if you would push the car and get onto the highway and get on the brakes hard the front end would shake violently (the bearings corrected this problem).the sound verys greatly with pavement and is the worst with tar and chip and rain groves Bering the worst where it makes the sound constant but there is no rythyme to it.the funny part is on perfectly smooth pavement there is no noise at all you can sway the car left and right like you were driving in between cones and it does not even make the littlest of noises and feels nice and tight.i live in northeast pa and our roads are not the best so 50% of the time the noise is always changing.when it first started it sounded like the blower motor fan was going,then I thought it was a wind buffering noise I thought possibly do to the air suspension going through the inner fender and having that large opening at the top that it might be air moving over something,that was when I noticed as time went on and it got loader pavement was the biggest factor.hope this helps good luck.
I'm guessing it's the tires as well...the problem is when they swapped out wheels/tires with a different jeep, they were the same wheel/tire combo, correct? I'm hoping the tires are my main issue and plan to have my dealer swap with either laredo or the polished 18" tires to test.
2011 Overland, Dk Charcoal Pearl, Black/Saddle w/Summit Wood Trim Swap, V6, QL, 20" wheels, 730N