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Old 07-30-2014, 11:27 AM
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Hope this is the right spot to ask this: The other day on a good gravel road I was taking some curves fairly fast and while taking a right hander, as the left front nosed in a bit, there was a rattle under the drivers floor board and I felt it on my feet. Left turn with right front compressing did not do it. I can duplicate the left front chatter regularly. Check bolts, etc nothing found. Any ideas?
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I noticed something similar when driving in the snow and hitting the gas to spin the tires and hang the back end out a bit, I just assumed it was part of the traction control system kicking in.
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