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If your BMW is feeling a bit wobbly lately, then you have to assume that there's a problem with your suspension. Usually, your shocks or struts would be the first place to look; however, the amount and severity of bouncing your chassis does it regulated by the coil springs. The coil springs on your BMW should last for about 10 years under normal circumstances, but an easy test will determine if replacement is necessary. Just push down on the body of your vehicle right above or near the spring, and if the chassis bounces more than twice they need to be changed.
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