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ekspat
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Joined: Aug 25, 2010
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Location: Denmark.

PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2022 11:16 am Reply with quote Back to top

I have been experiencing a rather worrying problem. If I am driving on a bad road with holy indentations, or over manhole covers the rear end wants to go somewhere else! Also if the road surface is good but smooth and wet the car can suddenly feel as if it was on ice. I went to the garage yesterday and the mechanic used forty minutes checking all the joints and found no worn components. After driving the car himself he suggested the shockers, but it feels normal when pressing down, could it be a broken spring? It is a very frightening feeling, and I had to stop yesterday when driving home as it felt as though the car could suddenly end up on the wrong side of the road. If the road is good and dry it is fine. I have heard that the subframe can crack on welding joints, is there any truth in this, I have my doubts here as I changed the subframe this summer. I live in the countryside so need transport. Also, I need to replace the rear tie rods which are almost extinct on this planet, are there substitutes maybe?
Thanks for any advice. Crying or Very sad
 
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