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I have a 1997 Ford Crown Vic with 210K miles. Whenever I go over a speed bump and then make a right turn (and only a right turn) there is a popping sound that comes from the rear end on the right side. The loudness of the sound is directly proportionate to how fast I go over the bump. As a test I removed everything from the trunk including the spare tire and jack. Yet the sound persists. Recently I had new shocks and a rear axle sleeve put on the right side but neither eliminated the sound. Any clues? Thanks.

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Suzanne Grego, Technician at City of Philadelphia Fleet Management Dan, Without hearing the sound, it

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