What Are Some of the Signs of a Strut Problem in a Car?

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Some common signs of strut problems in a car are cupped tire wear, swaying or leaning on turns, nose-diving when applying the brakes, and fluid leaking from the strut. A rough ride with bouncing can signal problems too.
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