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At 40+ mph speeds and drive over a bump in the road the rear feels like jello...

(2009 Hyundai Santa Fe)
in Fords, NJ on May 12, 2013
I have brand new tires and just changed the rear shocks.
Mechanic states everything looks OK ... but I when I drive at highway speeds and hit a bump the rear bounces like jello.
I hit a series of bumps I have to slow down
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of Greg's Orange Auto on May 13, 2013
poss loose stabilizer bar or bushings
on September 25, 2013
which bushings ? on the stabilizer bar?
on May 13, 2013
it sounds like you have a suspension problem to check it try to bounce the rear of the car if it bounces more than once then you have a problem be sure you have new shocks or are they struts?
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