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Hit hard My husband was going into a driveway and hit the bottom of the car really hard. Would this cause damage?

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Hi Wamos,

This can cause damage, but not necessarily, keep an eye on the floor where the car is parked to see if there's more oil then usual, also keep a close eye on the temperature gouge.

Hope this will help you,
Eitan.

Posted on Jun 10, 2008

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