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Q: Car jumping

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The car is jumping.

One thing comes to mind with the car jumping and that is a driveline vibration. A worn or sticking U-joint can force the driveshaft to be out of balance creates serious vibration. If needed, you should have your U-joint replaced so that you can have this issue addressed.

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