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My Murano is bouncing up and down in the front every time i drive on bumpie roads.

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SOURCE: Speedometer bounces while driving

your spedo cable is probably just loose which can be fixed by tightening or replaceing. Might as well go ahead and replace it since its a 14 year old truck and its the more sure fire way to fix the bounce.

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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SOURCE: 1997 camry rattling noise when driving over bumpy

Not a very detailed description, but assuming the rattle is in front it may be bad shocks. A quick test would be to push down hard on the left fron of the car and let go, if the car springs back up and just stays there the shock is fine but if it comes up and dips down once again the shock is bad, it should come straight back up and stay there. Repeat on the other side.
If it were a knocking noise it would possibly be a ball joint.
Hope this helps.
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Posted on May 12, 2009

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SOURCE: dodge 1500 front end problem

How about the shocks and possible hugh air pressure in tires? When you push down on front end the body should return without bouncing. Hard tire won't absorb road shock. Give those two a look at.. good luck

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SOURCE: sounds like a broken shock rattle orstrut loose

Check engine mounting rubbers or bushes. If worn or loose they can cause noises like this. Shouldn't happen in an 08 though. Check things like the battery strap is tied down and the fuse box cover is secured.

Posted on Nov 05, 2009

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