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Suspension Hi there Mine is a Camry 92 LE 4cyl. I replace front struts, CV joints, inner and outer joints, ball joints, stabilizer bar bushings and lower arm bearings. When i pass over road joints, uneven roads and bumps the whole car vibrates. Also when i brake i notice that the front end lowers and raises. what could it be? thanks for the help.

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  • crlnd132 Jun 25, 2008

    checked and it's ok. could it be springs?

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It could be someting up ur exhaust check it with a rod

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