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When i cruise thru a parking lot my 300 will have hard **** from under the back rear. then it will ride smooth. it doesn't do it all the time but if you keep a steady speed it's fine but if slow down like going thru a parking lot the car will **** and pop from the back end

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    when im driving or even wen the car is park with the engine runing sems like is going to turn off and comes back on right away

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Sounds like you have a flatspotted tyre, or a bulge produced by some sort of road trauma . run your hand about the circumference of each of the back tires, or jack the backend up and spin them. You will spot it straight away if you have.

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Check under rear of car usually the swaybar/or end links will be broken or bushings wear out. (big bar going laterally is swaybar rubber bush. wear out, little bars on ends are end links should be connected to either the strut or the lower control arm)

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