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So right after dropping almost $700 on a subframe bushing job, the front passenger side of my Aero developed a loud metallic clanking sound over bumps. I could hear it with my windows down. Thinking something was left loose, I finally bring it back into the shop, take it for a ride, put it on the lift, and low and behold there's a dime-sized pebble just chillin' in the lower spring seat of the strut. Clang clang!!
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