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Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Woodstock, Ga
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Could be the vacuum lines, vacuum actuator, or the hubs themselves. If the hubs...then they need to be replaced and that is a Dealer only part...at about $250-$300 each.
My first guess would be to check and make sure the vaccum hose is still connected and not damaged.
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