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1996 Suzuki Jimny "wandering and erratic" steering


 
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azroxx
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Joined: 01 Jun 2015
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Location: Cebu, Philippines

PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2015 9:23    Post subject: 1996 Suzuki Jimny "wandering and erratic" steering Reply with quote

My Jimny has a mind of it's own when driving. It will follow ruts or depressions or if on a smooth road it will dart this way and that way creating a very tiresome driving experience.
I have changed shocks and all seems tight under the Jimny with wheels off the gound and on the ground. I have no wobble in the steering wheel at any speeds, just the back and forth random lane changes while the steering wheel stays solid in my hands with very little play.
There are 235R15/70 tires all around in nearly new shape. No issues with the tires. The Jimny was recently aligned by the Suzuki dealer and new tie rod ends put on at my request, all of which did nothing to correct the problem.
Anyone else having the same issues?
I am looking at a steering dampener kit from JimnyBits in England and the shipping is crazy to Philippines.
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scooby2112
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2015 17:42    Post subject: Reply with quote

I had a similar  problem. It turned out to be a broken stabiliser link.hope this helps
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