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I have a 2004 Nissan Sentra, my car makes a noise when I take my foot off the gas pedal. It is only when I am going over 50mph, trying to accelerate to a higher speed. Once I take my foot of the gas, I hear a sound almost like grinding, or humming sound.

I jacked my car up to do some under coating and when I next drove it , it rode like a low rider. Horrible bouncy, bouncy, bouncy. Very harsh ride. The car has 63000 miles on it.
I did some research and found others who had the same problem. Dealers have stated it was because of age and heat which causes shocks or struts to "lock up" from reaching full extension. Has anyone ever heard of this? I am a mechanic and have NEVER heard of this problem before. Looks like I will have to replace them all.

During warm weather hatch stays up fine but when temp drops to lower 30's it slowly creeps down

The vacum line is behind the tps on the passenger side of the motor

So my van won't start at all, manually or by remote sometimes. Sometimes it cranks but takes a minute to start. Sometimes it won't start at all unless I charge the battery. I also have to leave my key in the ignition in order for the remote start to work when the battery is charged. It's becoming a huge pain!

When car is on, noise coming from under the trunk and it sounds like a electrical motor. I don't have a power antenna

and now the cruise control does not work