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I got a rubicon 4xe a month back, no issues as I read in the forum but have been experiencing drifting mainly to the right side. I have to constantly HOLD the steering from avoiding moving it to the next lane and this was on a relatively flat highway road. The steering sometimes not all times becomes very sensitive above 65 miles. It was a bit windy but nothing crazy. on more than few occassions I felt I could have bumped into the next lane car. Took a 2.5 hour trip recently , not a pleasant feeling at all, hands and mentally was tired.
wondering if anyone is experiencing same.
 

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If the alignment checks out - it’s basically just typical Jeep handling.


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I got a rubicon 4xe a month back, no issues as I read in the forum but have been experiencing drifting mainly to the right side. I have to constantly HOLD the steering from avoiding moving it to the next lane and this was on a relatively flat highway road. The steering sometimes not all times becomes very sensitive above 65 miles. It was a bit windy but nothing crazy. on more than few occassions I felt I could have bumped into the next lane car. Took a 2.5 hour trip recently , not a pleasant feeling at all, hands and mentally was tired.
wondering if anyone is experiencing same.
Sorry to hear this, Kartik M. If you decide to bring your Jeep to the dealer for assistance, we are happy to help. We will be in private message to discuss!

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What you described is what most Jeep owners would call a part of the Jeep life. Jeeps have always been known for this drifting.
 

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