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Old 12-22-2006, 08:53 PM   #1
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the other night i was driving in the rain and made a sharp turn and my 2001 mustang spun outta control and the passenger rear tire hit the side of a curb, now my traction control acts up, broke the brake rotor, and i dont know wat else is wrong and i was wondering have anybody experienced this kind of damage and what did u do to fix it???
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If you don't have much knowledge about the rear end I'd advise taking the car to a good mechanic to have them look it over. You don't want to think you fixed it and find out there is more wrong later down the road. There's a lot of things you could have messed up, especially if the traction control is acting up.
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