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Old 08-23-2008
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01 2wd front suspension

I recently hit a pretty good sized pot hole, and on the drivers side. everytime i hit a bump or and little crack it sounds like a rattle noise, when im drivin its fine, only when i hit a bump it does this, and i seem to feel it in the steering its coming from the left front tire. You guys know? or maybe how i can figure it out?

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You might of snapped a sway bar link. it a long bolt with some bushings that connects a bar from one side of the vehicle to the other and it connects to your lower control arm.
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