Question about 1991 Ford Taurus
On the interstate last night when I his a crease/bump in the road I noticed that the rear end of the car was bouncing/slipping out (like on ice or a rear wheel drive car). I noticed it first on the interstate then it seemed to get worse and worse as the trip continued. Nothing that I can't controll but not a good feeling when driving down the road with my family aboard. It seemed to want to slip out to the right side (passenger side) more than the left. Anyone???
This is most likly a low RR tire. Check the tire pressure first. If that is OK, I would slowly drive to somone qualified to examine the rear suspention to see what might have broken.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
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