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Re: Suspension problem
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could be

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when the wheel is off the ground on the jack you can lift it fairly easily on passenger side for first 1/2 inch


Check two things first
* Strut shaft nut -- is it loose?
* Anti-swaybar links, are they attached?

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Re: Suspension problem
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Thank you,
I will check. I did replace the sway bar rubbers so maybe i missed something.

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