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Rear shocks on 15 known problemThere are a few concrete roadway joints on my commute that have a TERRIBLE heave between them. Hitting them gives the jarring "CLUNK" that I've read means the magnetic shocks are blown.
But that's the only time it does it, everywhere else it's firm but quiet. Since I just got the car a few days ago, it's been fully detailed and it doesn't look like there's fluid seeping out. So, do they all clunk over awful pavement, or is this just the beginning of a worsening situation? Just keep an eye out for future leaks? Start stockpiling soon-to-be NLA shocks?