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a bumpy ride indicates that the shocky in the strut is failed
replace the inserts in the strut housing
do both sides
check out the bushes for the stabilizer bar and suspension mounts

Oct 29, 2016 | 2004 Honda CR-V

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I drove with my parking brake on and after a few hundred feet, something snapped. The rear of the car now rides very bumpy

You may have popped the park brake cable out of the backing plate causing brake parts to become loose. Have the brakes looked at soon.

Jul 18, 2014 | 2000 Toyota Corolla

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I heard something snap and then noticed that the rear of the car drives very bumpy

Can you provide more info? Did you hit a bump? What do you mean by 'drives bumpy?' Does it ride rough, or does it go up and down a lot after you hit a bump, or something else? Can you further describe the snap you heard, and what was going on when you heard it and immediately afterward (e.g., driving 40 mph on a paved road, hit a pot hole, heard a loud 'breaking' sound as if something snapped/broke, and the ride of the car seemed to immediately change to being more harsh/rough)? Have you had any work done recently, such as tires changed or rotated, struts replaced, wheel alignment, or brakes replaced? Did anything else change (e.g., now when you hit a bump, you hear a new noise in the rear)? Were you carrying anything heavy in the trunk or back seat? I had a '99 Corolla for several years, and had zero problems other than a worn out driver's door handle and a couple of cracked windshields. Great car choice!

Jul 18, 2014 | 2000 Toyota Corolla

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LEXUS ES300 1998 bumpy ride?

I would seriously recommend bringing it into a Certified Lexus Dealer, there the Technicians will have most likely accoutered the issue before and have an accurate and precise diagnoses, for your ride issue.

Oct 25, 2012 | 1998 Lexus ES 300

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Hi i have a 2007 Saturn Aura Xr witch i love ,the ride is not as smooth as i think it should be,it's a little bumpy at times i have put new brake pads rotors and new tires it still rides a litte r

I would go with new shocks and struts and have the entire suspension system checked for wrong or damaged parts while they are under there.

Jun 21, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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We just bought a 2004 Toyota sienna XLE on 11/20. It seems to have a very bumpy ride especially on the interstate. I took it to the toyota dealer and was told the struts/shocks are fine. It just seems...

If it has the factory original struts, they probably need replacing. When driving over paved surfaces, the struts only move up and down a few inches. that causes the strut to wear out or become soft in that short travel area. What most people do when they check a strut or shock for wear is to bounce the vehicle up and down as hard as they can. This puts movement into an area of the strut that hasn't seen any wear, so it feels like it is in good shape. 77,000 miles is a lot for a strut or shock. I would have them replaced. Get a quality strut. Don't go for the economy strut. You will be disappointed in the ride quality. It would be a good idea to have the ball joints checked for wear. A little movement in worn ball joints can make for a very rough ride.

Dec 19, 2010 | Toyota Sienna Cars & Trucks

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It is so bumpy. over small grooves in the road it is bumpy but on potholes and larger dips it is extremely uncomfortable. it jars my back and no one can stand to ride in the back seat ever. is this just a...

You should perform a test of the struts/shocks or have them checked to see if they are leakiing or just worn out. The biggest factor in your ride would be that.

Additionally, make sure you air pressure in the tires isn't too high. Generally somewhere around 30 pounds cold is a more comfortable ride than at 32 pounds cold. More air pressure saves fuel but can make for a rougher ride.

Good Luck

Feb 14, 2010 | 2003 Kia Sorento

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I have a very bumpy and alot of viberation when riding over rough roads.

If it's abnormally bumpy, I would make sure you have the correct amount of air in your tires to start with...

Jul 16, 2009 | 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis

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What could it be the rear end has dropped and bumpy,bouncey ride?

checkout the struts on the rear and the strut mounts and the tires to make sure they does not have a bad belt in them if you have air ride make sure the air ride is lifting the car

Apr 26, 2009 | 1998 Lincoln Navigator

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Squaky sound and bumpy ride when driving the car

the problem could be coming from the brakes it indicates that brakes could be glased up or the pad limiters could be indicating that the pads are due for replacement as for the bumpy ride this may be the shockabsorbers check these items and it will show you your problem .

Mar 14, 2009 | 2008 Honda Civic

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