Question about 1996 Dodge Caravan
Just had major work on it 3 days ago, including replacing body controller module, replacing vacuum hose inside door, resealing timing cover/crankshaft/oil pan, replacing front and rear valve covers and gaskets, replacing fuel rail (a recall), and usual oil change and tire rotation. This bouncing is a completely new thing, never had this problem before the other repairs 3 days ago. Bounces so bad that I feel like i'm losing control of vehicle, and it does it on fairly smooth roads - not just big bumps. Could the work they did on the other things cause this?
Might want to look at the tires sounds like a broken belt in the tire ... if helpfull please rate
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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