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1991 mr2 rev 2. car sways left to right at 80 mph

My 1991 mr2 rev 2 turbo has bad swaying at speed. it feels like its swerving all over the road when i get to 70, 80 mph. also lots of clunking for rear wheels

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Clunking? Probably one or both wheel bearings. Dude, that car is like UNSAFE to drive!! Jack the rear of the car up and yank on the wheel. If it moves the bearings are bad. Pull in and out and also pry up and down with a bar. Check for broken or bent rear suspension parts, or just plain worn out bushings.

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