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The front nose of my townace is going down imbalance compare to the rear of my vehicle

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Replace the faulty front imbalancer

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  • Thomas Kossie Jan 17, 2013

    Hi Frank thanks for the solution. However I don't know what is imbalancer, Can you explain further Please

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    its one of the hydralic lifts on it also known as air bags

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have the rear differential and rear axle checked.

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