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Left rear spring fell out of car. What could

Left rear spring fell out of car. What could cause this to occur?

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The shock may have broke or came loose or the spring broke and fell out,take a look at the springseats at the top and bottom to make sure they are not rusted or broken then look at the shock if nothing is broken or missing bolts then the spring just broke and fell out,

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