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Old 03-07-2012, 09:46 AM
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Location: Germantown, TN
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steering suspension

ALSO..... it may be your shocks need to be replaced. I've owned cars that tend to want to steer themselves at speeds over 60mph and after replacing the shocks, the symptom went away.

Echo what some others have said:
Fuel Level gauge sounds normal.
Oil Pressure gauge is normal.
Check the swap bar to be sure it is connected on both sides.
Check all the rubber parts in the rearend.
Have fun!!!
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