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1998 mazda millenia, the rear end slides

Hi I have a 1998 mazda Millenia and when driving at any speed over 30 mph and hit a bump, hump or rough spot the rear end keeps sliding to the left, does any one have an idea of whats going on, I recently started to hear a whooo whooo when the car is rooling too. I would appreciate any help that can be provided.

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I need to know if you have any type of air suspension. If you have a air compressed shock system then I would say the whoo whoo sound is coming from a leak or problem in the air pressure regulation system. That could cause the sides to move up and down and loose your grip also. Have your suspension checked and have your breaks checked also.

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