So you think spring up to 40psi is the cure for bad steering and death wobble?2019 JL Rubicon Unlimited 37” tires mopar lift, track barss
Jeep wandered like crazy “jeep thing” off the lot. Added 37” and if I aired down to 28PSI it drastically helped the wandering. 3 months later installed mopar lift. No real change to steering or wandering . Took Jeep in to get steering box replaced. Told service manager jeep was wandering and here is the TSB. Very little questions ordered parts and installed.
Now, on trip home felt way tighter. I was a little pissed the dealer messed with my toe and air pressure. Air pressure was 37 psi on way home. I lowered air pressure back to 28 psi like I had it prior to dealer visit. Test drive #2. Let’s just say bump steer and death wobble immediately I then thought must be the toe. But instead aired up back to 37 psi. Better. Then to 40 psi. Now I can let go of steering wheel and tracks straight. Fly over bumpy country roads that caused death wobble and now it’s gone.
For those that get the TSB done we need to reverse our thinking. All we have been doing is hiding the real problem with the steering box. You will have to readjust all the bandaids but the difference is real.