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Undercarriage hanging on ground

Undercarriage between muffler and car has come un attached

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SOURCE: rusted metal peice fell off undercarriage of my car

it was an exhaust hanger bracket, thro it in the trunk and one day when the flex pipe rotts thru get the nice guy who is fixing the exhaust to weld it back on!!!!

Posted on Feb 03, 2012

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SOURCE: two metal pieces are hanging down from the undercarriage

Sounds almost like a motor mount. Have you had recent engine work? Get this checked. If the part is not near the engine, it still sounds like you need to get it looked at.

Posted on May 03, 2012

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SOURCE: sound from undercarriage when braking

It could also a slight warp in your rotor that the mechanics missed, (I've had that happen,) the bearings as the above member suggested, or it could even be your anti-lock brake system acting up. Some of the 2005 Cobalts we had as company cars made a funny noise while braking that went away once the ABS got a full fluid change and the dealership reset the ECM.

Posted on Aug 31, 2012

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