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Q: Suspension problem

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receives bad shocks while driving over bumpy roads. its hyundai i20

Hi There, It sounds like you may need to have your suspension components looked at. Typically suspension components will last for the life of the vehicle and do not often times need to be replaced unless subjected to abnormal conditions. Occasionally, springs can break and shocks can loose their float ability which can cause a bit of a rough ride as you describe. I would suggest having an expert from YourMechanic come to your location to take a look at your car.

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