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2003 grand am gt ... rear end sways badly when

2003 grand am gt ... rear end sways badly when hitting snow and almost throws rear of vehicle off roadway....what do I need to look for to repair??

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Get the car inspected. chances are if you have no code stored then the problem is there is no problem.

Slow down before you hit the snow and go slower in it.

There is no way for anyone here to guess since the situation that your complaining about is something that will have to be duplicated if nothing can be found on an inspection.

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

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Good day, you may need to check on your rear suspension bushings and replace the worn out ones. you may need to get a new set of tires too for what you are using now might have no more threads. hope this helps, have a nice day

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

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