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Rattles from right rear shock area

Car rattles when going over bumps on right rear

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Strut top mounts bad or rear sway bar bushings. always one or the other.

Posted on May 20, 2009

  • Mike Vincent
    Mike Vincent May 20, 2009

    strut top mounts bad or rear sway bar bushings. always one or the other.

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