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      11-01-2009, 11:35 PM   #2
Critical Care Anesthesiologist
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Good luck, there seems to be some post floating on here about a similar problem. If it's not going any where, have the car towed to the shop that put on your springs and ask them to reverse it and take it to a different dealer to have them diagnose the problem.

However, one word of caution, there are scattered reports that pot holes / poor road surface plus after-market springs resulted in the damaged shocks. Since you do live in pot hole central, just a little word of advise.
kev { divinum est sedate dolorem }
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