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post #10 of (permalink) Old 01-08-2006
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Originally Posted by sLiPpY
i have a 2002 automatic mustang and i've been experiencing severe bucking and jolting - ONLY when accelerating, especially (and most often) when turning, and EXTREMELY VIOLENT bucking jolting when in reverse and accelerating. it feels like gears are grinding i dont even kno, cuz its automatic it shouldnt have any tranny problems... i dont know what to do, is the transmission even the issue?
In reverse, it's axle hop. If you're on an uneven surface going forward, you'll get the same effect.

You can either adapt the quad setup from a GT, or pick up rear suspension bits from the handling folks (griggs, steeda, kenny brown, maximum motorsports) or pick up a set of lakewood traction bars if you can still find 'em.

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