My Chevy Suburban with 51,000 miles doesn’t take bumps very well. We get a loud noise in the mid to the back if we go over a bump or over a rut in the road. I took it to a mechanic who road tested it and after putting it up on the lift, said the rear shocks should be replaced…(For $1500 plus $150 labor!)
I took it to Firestone for a second opinion. Road test, lift…he said there is NOTHING WRONG WITH IT. Don’t need to do a thing! Didn’t even charge me for his look! He did say there is a lot of rust on the bottom of the car.
Who to believe? Do I need a third opinion?