How much does it cost to fix a death wobble?
The answer to your question is that the cost is not predictable.
At standard shop rates you could be looking at anywhere from $50 to tighten a loose bolt to $1,000+ if ball joints, track bar, etc, etc, need to be replaced.
If you want to own an old Jeep then you need to learn to do the work yourself.
Will a steering stabilizer fix death wobble?
Death wobble is very common on vehicles with a solid front axle and coil spring suspension that utilize a track bar. While death wobble will cause the steering stabilizer to fail, it is not the result of a worn out stabilizer.
Can you drive with death wobble?
If not, have it towed. Otherwise, you should be able to drive it, but keep your speed under 45 to prevent death wobble from reoccurring or try driving quickly thru the 45-55 trigger point. In most instances death wobble will not occur if you maintain a speed above the trigger point.
Did Jeep fix the death wobble?
Accounts of the Jeep Wrangler’s infamous “Death Wobble” aren’t new with complaints dating back over half a decade at least. Now, there’s a fix. Jeep will replace the steering damper – a stabilizer – with a new piece designed to mitigate better any vibrations that come through the front suspension.