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When ever I hit a crack in the road or anything, vibrating sound?

When ever I hit a crack in the road or anything like that, a loud and sometimes long vibrating sound occurs. Do you know what is causing this?

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Checked the heat shields on the exhaust yet?

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It could be your muffler plate is loose, thats an easy fix and just a couple of tightening of bolts and it should stop.

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