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When i come to a stop the back end of the car sags, then a few sec. latter it makes a pop and the back of the car pops up. i cant tell if is brakes, or,shocks or what it is.

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It would be the shocks that would cause this problem or if not equiped with shocks it would be the struts which is also the shocking system......Hope this helps you out.

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