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Q: Multiple system failures

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I am having problems with the suspension, steering, fuel, exhaust, and brake systems.

A: I recommend having a mechanic, such as one ...

I recommend having a mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, run a full diagnostic on your brakes, steering and suspension systems, in order to identify and quote the repairs needed.

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