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Old 11-11-2012, 03:44 AM   #1
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think something loose under carriage

I drove over a cement curb some time back and now it sounds like something big is wrong in the chassis or something because it squeals when I get out of the dirver seat and something loose in left rear area while I am driving. I guess I need to have it looked at up on a lift now but hope a general mechanic can diagnose it OK. I don't trust our local Ford dealership since they screwed up several things on my car before it was out of warranty. And I am not sure it was not on purpose.


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Def. needs a look by someone, and yeah - a general garage should be able to help...
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Old 11-11-2012, 11:18 PM   #3
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Have them look at mounts too, these are easy to rip the rubber loose on by doing that, just ask my wife. She remembers well after the tongue lashing I gave her for doing same thing. Passenger mount torn loose....................
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I drove over a cement curb some time back and now it sounds like something big is wrong in the chassis or something because it squeals when I get out of the dirver seat and something loose in left rear area while I am driving. I guess I need to have it looked at up on a lift now but hope a general mechanic can diagnose it OK. I don't trust our local Ford dealership since they screwed up several things on my car before it was out of warranty. And I am not sure it was not on purpose.
Hi baylady,

If you're uncomfortable going back to your original dealership, you're always welcome to try out a different Ford dealership in your area. You can locate other Ford dealerships here: http://www.ford.com/dealerships/locate/

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