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Nissan pulsarGL N13 SHOCK ABSORBER

Hi i am hearing sound from front left suspension.The sound is some what like kuink kuink when it goes in the unsealed road with pot holes. Can anyone tell me what needs to be replaced and where will i find it.
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Hi there it could be front shocks but do check it also could be the suspension bush normally the bottom one do worn out and do make that sound hope that helps i did change that on my mate car got the part from bnt

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