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Car does a little jump just after braking to a dead stop

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This often happens when your car has ****, car **** is a real pain as it makes the car really agitated and prone to jumping. If it is not **** , it could actually be your driving, maybe you are pushing the JUMP button which is secretly hidden under the floor mat in your car.

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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