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My vitz 1999 model runs fine on a smooth road but when driving on a bumpy road the car is so unstable goes up and down so much as if wanting to overturn

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Bounce a corner of the car to see if you have more than a bounce and a rebound,if more, then fit new shockers,always in pairs,front and rear.

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