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Something hanging from underneath car. Looks vee shaped with two points kinda like a pitch fork.

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  • Curt Downs May 11, 2010

    Hi Bonniebitt, can you post some more info? Where under the car is this located? Under the engine, driver, trunk, etc. Is it dragging on the ground? Car sound or drive any different since you noticed this? Give as much info as u can, thanks Countrycurt0

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Didn't get anymore info from u, it must be the damper fork, and if it's hanging down, it would be right behind one of the front wheels. Something is seriously wrong if that's the case, as it means bolts that secure it have broken or fallen out. countrycurt0

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