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Backup over a stump and now something under my car rattles

I backed up over a large stump, the stump is cut low to the ground and didn't see it, now something under my car rattles when I go over bumpy road and when I turn or have the car in reverse

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Most likely the exhaust like is deformed and one of its bushings has been ripped apart - must be completely replaced, it will be expensive. Take the car to a shop, this isn't something that you can do on your own in the backyard

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