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  • Q. Is there any problem with shock absorbers in an Toyota Platinum Etios after 50000kms?

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    Navin
    Navin | 1 year ago

    Nope not at all if our driving on rough roads with a broken rubber mounting on the shocks it will have problems for sure

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    Jo
    Jo | 2 years ago

    Depends on the terrain you ride...many cars with no shock issues ..till 1.5 lac kms.

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    Yatakiri
    Yatakiri | 2 years ago

    No

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