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The back end wobbles and it sounds like there's something loose in the back, in other words the car starts wobbling shaky like and you can hear something rattling in the rear

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Sounds like a wheel bearing, better get it checked, or jack it up and shake each wheel to see which one it is, if it breaks altogether, the wheel can come off.

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