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Loud knocking in my 94 buick Lesabre...

This happened yesterday after going over railroad tracks - and felt like it was a flat tire at first and would make a noise when I made a left turn. Now its knocking loud all the time.

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Check the exhaust,you may have just broken a hanger.


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