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Jeep been in shop at Jeep dealership and they cant find anything wrong.Feels like im running over something in the road. Hitting hard in rear but nothing in the road. They checked rear end and said it

Jeep been in shop at Jeep dealership and they cant find anything wrong.Feels like im running over something in the road. Hitting hard in rear but nothing in the road. They checked rear end and said its fine. HELP!!!

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Try a local shop

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Your jeep has two upper and two lower control arms attached to the rear axle. They have rubber bushings where they bolt to the axle and to the body. If the bushings are badly deteriorated, you will get a metal to metal sound when hitting bumps. Have them all checked.

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