Re: Compounding Problems? Help! 99 WJ 4.7
I would check the tie rod ends, ball joints, track bar, and steering stabilizer for the clunk listed as #3. Anything loose there could cause that clunk. The only thing that is grease-able on a stock front end is the upper ball joints, that could potentially be the culprit.
As for #1 it could be the power steering pump, they normally whine/groan a bit when the wheel is cranked all the way. could also be a problem in the steering gear.
Good luck getting it fixed up!
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