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  • KB Chua
    Signs of a Worn Suspension
    1. Clunking Noises When Hitting a Bump. ...
    2. Bumpy Ride. ...
    3. Hovering Front End. ...
    4. Irregular Tire Wear. ...
    5. Noticeable Vibrations While Driving. ...
    6. Erratic Braking. ...
    7. Fluid Leakage. ...
    8. Irregular Tire Wear.
    14 Mar 2019
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