Grand jeep Cherokee 02 limited is making and rubbing on something everytime you make a sharp left turn what could it be?
I think you will find that your tire is rubbing the inner
plastic splash guard. My Dodge Van does the same thing. Good Luck
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See My Bio For Information & Contact Details. I agree. In a driveway or parking lot turn the wheels all the way to the left. Put the Jeep in park and cut it off. Feel between the tire and the inner splash guard to see if there is any room. Also look for a "tale-tale" mark where the Jeep was leaning slightly when you turn to the left and pushing the tire up against the splash guard. Look to see if the plastic snaps that hold the guard in place have broken or come a-loose.
What are largest size tires you can put on a stock 1996 Jeep Cherokee Classic without putting a lift on it?
Well friction is caused by two things rubbing against each other (like rubbing your hands together and they get warm is an example of friction) so if you tried to move something to heavy you might end up dragging it and then it would be rubbing (scraping) against another surface thus creating friction.