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Q: Suspension needs work.

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I suspect I have a suspension problem. One of the tires is also making odd noises.

A: The tire making odd noises would have to be...

The tire making odd noises would have to be checked first to see what the noise is and if the tire is defective causing all the problems you have. The suspension problem may be one or more issues and the system would have to be checked for bad struts, tie rods or ball joints. I recommend having a thorough check from a qualified mechanic before a diagnosis is confirmed such as one from YourMechanic.

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