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How do you find a thumping feeling in the rear suspension when turning right?

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2011-09-13 01:37:07
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We had the same problem so we took it to ford to figure out how to fix the light. They told us we would have the buy the whole light unit which would cost us 350.00 not including the labor to put it in. There is no way to replace just a bulb. What a rip off! We couldn't get our car to pass the inspection until we had the stupid light taken care of. Not a happy person that was for sure!

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Maybe that thumping noise is the sound of another car smashing into the rear of your car.

By "thumping" them with your knuckles. As my father used to say: If the watermelon sounds like you are thumping your head, the melon is not ripe enough. If the watermelon sounds like you are thumping your belly, the melon is too ripe. If the watermelon sounds like you are thumping your chest, then the melon is just right.

that is either your front right wheel bearing or your coil spring is turning need new suspension..$$$$

Car turning right has the right away. Car turning from left has to yield the right away to cars coming strait or turning right this is the law in all 50 states

It could be a suspension part such as a control arm. I just had replace the rear control arms on my 1993 Toyota Celica because the bearings in the control arms were worn out. It made a lot of rattling and thumping; when I replaced the arms the sound stopped.

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If your navigator has air suspension then the switch located in the rear driver side panel where the air suspension switch is...it is right below the suspension switch. hope that helps.

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