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Rumble after hitting a small bump in the road

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Need a little more detail here.
Rumble from front? rear? left or right side?
And shake in the steering wheel?
How big a bump and how fast were you going?
Was the rumble instant after the bump?
Is it constantly making the noise or now and again?

Posted on Jan 06, 2013

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