Q: My jeep is making a noise.

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My jeep is making noise.

Hi there. In order to answer your question with more accuracy I would need to have a description of the noise and when it occurs. There are common problems on this vehicle that many people experience that can cause unwanted noises. Common problems such as ticking noises when the engine is running can be caused by a cracked exhaust manifold or knocking noises when going over bumps in the road are commonly caused by failing differential track arm bushings. The best thing you can do is go for a ride in the vehicle with a certified mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, and let him/her inspect the noise the car is making.

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