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Why is my car bounceing

The back right wheel is acking weird and making my car bounce when i drive it

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I had a similar problem with my right front, and I had a friend following my car and he said it looked like my tire looked like a broken shopping car wheel and was very whobbly. I had the tire rod and bushings replaced and it solved the problem.

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Sounds like you have a shocker gone,replace both,to get even ride comfort/roadholding.

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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I not sure if I fully understand your question. Are you asking should your car be bouncing more when you hit a bump or pot hole?

Well this is how struts and shocks are suppose to work: Struts and shocks are suppose to assist in providing a smooth ride, when you hit a bump or pot hole the struts and shocks absorb the force so you won't feel the full impact when driving. A good set of struts and shocks will eliminate excessive bouncing when driving or when you come across bumps and other mishaps in the road. So inconclusion if your car is not doing a whole lot of bouncing when you are driving that is a good thing, because that means your struts and shocks are doing their job and that means there is nothing wrong with them.

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