car jumping

Asked by Feb 11, 2017 at 03:45 AM about the 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hello,
my car start jumping like i have no suspension system anytime the
street is not totally stright with no ups and downs.
there is no sounds coming from the car i even tried to shake the car
manually didn't even move but when i drive it i feel all the ups and
downs in the street... is it called wheel hop? and the problem is the
bushings or something else?!

3 Answers

116,545

Yes the car is known for hopping, you will need a stop the hop kit this will help, see below, copy and paste

116,545

https://www.steeda.com/steeda-mustang-ultimate-irs-stop-the-hop- package-2015-all-555-2129.html

60,725

Wheel hop is when you are taking off quickly enough to spin the tires that the tires will hop due to the torque being applied to the rear end as the tires fight for traction. Take it to a suspension shop for evaluation. I wonder if it has been modified as it is really too new to have suspension issues.

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