This has been true of most cars I've owned. If you are running with a
spare tire, lubriplate the forward attachment slots and cinch up the
securing bolt. If the fuel tank is held by straps on the '96 try some
paraffin on those.
That failing, wait until you turn 70, turn off your hearing aids and
have a quiet ride -- works for me.
BTW -- why is this car "bouncing?" Need new shocks?
In the front? If so bounce the front of the car when dry and see if it's
the front suspension, if so most likely the control arm bushings. And
all upper and lower bushings and inspect all the other components while
they are there.
Clayton Mallory wrote:
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