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Clarification on rear bushing and their failure 200

I've been experiencing a harsh vibration coming from the rear of the car. Tires and rims are in good shape along with balancing. Just changed the center support bearing and rubber support last weekend, apparently it wasn't the issue. Got my tires balanced and it still shakes. When I roll back into the throttle the vibration goes away almost completely. Panhard rod is OK and the trailing arms are OK. The torque rods had visible play when twisting them but no front to back play. Will be replacing them. My main question is what are the failure symptoms of the panahrd rod and trailing arm? Has anyone else experienced this issue with bad torque rod bushings? Also can feel it shimmey when I accelerate hard from a stop. Thanks for any advice!

-Corbin






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