1994 grand cherokee laredo 6 cyl 4x4--- what is this CLICK noise????

Asked by Apr 29, 2016 at 05:52 PM about the Jeep Grand Cherokee

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Does it go click, click click???

NO...just one click...


My wife says it is your door closing. "C L I C K" Also could be your seatbelt "C L I C K"


The wife is always right....

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Diagnosing a single "click" without more information will be impossible. We need more information.

I'm not sure how much more I can tell you...it's a noise that happens when I come to a stop...I hear a loud click. Sometimes when I start to move from a stop, it does it. replaced rear shocks also..about to do the front.

not the door or seatbelt...its underneath the jeep

just one click


The additional info you provided is helpful. It could be a loose brake caliper, something in the suspension or something else. I would consider taking it to a reputable alignment / suspension shop for proper diagnosis. It could be something that makes your vehicle dangerous to drive or it might be something simple.

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It may be in the brakes. You can take the front wheel off and see if you can get the pads to make noise by rotating the rotors. Also if you have a problem with the emergency brake, the click could be in the rear, you would have to pull off the rear rotor and look. I had one where the e-brake cable was clicking. Other wise all I can think of would be a u-joint in the drive shaft.

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