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Panhard Bar Popping?

Whenever I go over a bump unevenly (where one tire would be higher than the other), my panhard bar pops. It's fairly loud, and I'm sure it's the panhard rod because it went away when I pulled it to put my tail pipes on for inspection. I've noticed that if I grab the rod I can twist it back and forth fairly easily. Should I be able to do that? Anyone else have this problem?


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Maybe you have a busted weld?

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maybe your rod ends are getting sloppy? Might be time for some new ones. Do you have coil overs? They're pretty noisy sometimes.
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I had a pop for awhile under the same type of scenerio... However, installing and welding the upper torque boxes solved the issue. I would check your welds. Being able to twist the rod is fine, it's part of the rod ends articulation.
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