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Old 4/16/18, 05:20 AM   #1  
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2017 GT the rear e NJ d of the car is moving or jerking left and right

2017 mustang gt the rear end is moving or jerking left and right as I'm driving straight down the highway wet roads make the problem worse any help would be greatly appreciated
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Welcome. I think I would be getting that baby to the dealer. That doesn't sound good at all.
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2017 GT the rear end of the car is moving or jerking left and right

Thank you I appreciate your support but I figured out what was wrong it was a wheel bearing only 5200 miles on the car it had me stumped for a minute
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Thank you I appreciate your support but I figured out what was wrong it was a wheel bearing only 5200 miles on the car it had me stumped for a minute
Good deal, and I happy it wasn't anything more serious. Unfortunately these things happen on mass produced cars. Every now, and then a bad part comes along.
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Thank you I appreciate your support but I figured out what was wrong it was a wheel bearing only 5200 miles on the car it had me stumped for a minute
I'd say it would have to be a really bad bearing for the back end to sway side to side. Hopefully that fixes it.

My car had a defective bearing that was replaced before I took delivery of it. It was found during the pre-delivery inspection...
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