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Shaking it only shakes sometimes like today i hit a pothole and all heck broke loose stopped and looked around under the truck nothing then jumped onto the hwy doing 60 and all was fine

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  • brokeback_7 Feb 03, 2009

    thank you for your help. told wife thats what it might be but she wanted me to check anyways

  • Mark Egan May 11, 2010

    It sounds like the front end is worn out. Your going to need to take it to a professional to determine for sure.

    There is only 1 item that I can think of that is user servicable. There is a stabilizer shock on some front ends that connects the ties rids to the frame in some manner. If it is worn out, it can cause this condition.

    Check and reply if you have further questions.


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Sounds very much like a broken coil spring. On such a new vehicle that seems unlikely but it is possible. Another possibility is a blown seal in one strut. Again, not likely but possible. If you do a lot of off roading or possibly may have hit a curb or pothole hard enough it could have broken an already defective spring or blown a seal in a strut, causing this issue.

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