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Q: Car acting up after blow out

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I had a blowout and ever since, my car has not been acting right. I am not sure what is wrong with it.

Hello, since you had a blowout there is a possibility that you might have damaged something in the suspension. The best course of action is to get the aid of a mechanic with whom you can go on a road test with so you can demonstrate what you are experiencing. This in-person inspection will aid in diagnosis and a recommendation for repair.

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