Worn steering column components can be a hassle as well as a safety hazard. We can steer your Jeep back in the right direction. You need to replace parts in your Jeep Grand Cherokee steering wheel, but you have no idea where everything fits in. Parts replacement is not something you want to delay because doing so could lead to serious accidents. Before you go back to cruising the roads or ripping up trails, get your rig's steering column back in smooth navigation order. Check out the appropriate steering column parts diagram for your rig on 4wheelparts.com. Use the diagram to help you find parts and where they should be assembled. Whether you need a new steering shaft or a column cover, referencing the steering column diagram helps you easily visualize what needs to be done when trading out worn parts.
Steering Parts for Your Rig
Signs of a malfunctioning steering column range from failure to start to clicking and grinding sounds when turning the steering wheel. Ignition switches gone bad either won't start at all or take several tries before starting. Bad switches may also overheat or hold the key. Noticeably audible sounds indicate that internal bearings or gears are wearing down. Shaking or vibrating steering wheels are often a sign of worn gaskets and gears or debris in the steering column.
Whether you need to use the Jeep WJ steering diagram or the 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee steering diagram, 4wheelparts.com has an array of steering column replacement parts, from spark plugs to rack kits. You can get a Jeep WJ steering kit that comes with a stabilizer, tubes, tie rod ends and grease or separate parts such as Pitman arms and pumps.
Affordable, High Quality Parts
4wheelparts.com carries a large inventory of off-road parts from around 600 manufacturers. Because we have grown our business over the years, we are able to get great deals that we pass on to you. We guarantee our prices to be the lowest but if you see the same product carried by our competitors at lower prices, we'll match them.