Not necessarily, but it should be checked anyway. The front wheels on your car are referenced off the back 'trailing' axle so if the rear axle was off then the entire alignment is off. Older vehicles and many pickups are referenced off the ' driving' or 'fixed' rear axle but the rear axle is non-ajustable where as your cars is. This is a more precise way of alignment.
if you have independent suspention front and rear chances are a 4 wheel alignment can be done typically front wheel drive vehicles but not all.
No. If there had previously not been any alignment issues, and as long as the new tires are properly balanced, you will not need an alignment.
U need a front wheet alignment
there is adjustment both front and rear some require aftermarket control arm or camber,caster shim kits
u probabily need an alignment u probabily need an alignment
There are many different bearings. Need to know the year, make, model, front wheel drive, rear wheel drive, all wheel drive and if it is the front or rear wheel bearing.
NO That depends on how the struts attach to the knuckle or control arm. On some front wheel drives an alignment is required.
I just took my all wheel drive Subaru to Town Faire Tire today. Before the service man knew my car was an all wheel drive, he explained about alignments and said that all wheel drive cars often need alignment more frequently. At 12,000 the print out figures showed that my car needed one.
Sounds like your tie rod ends have come undone. They will need to be reconnected and the car alignment done before you can drive it.
Yes drive shaft, front end searing and front ball joints (if rear wheel drive) front end ball joints for front wheel drive
your wheel balance or wheel alignment need adjusting
It should cost $40-65 for a front end alignment and 80-100 for a 4-wheel . If you have a newer vehicle with Independent front suspension you will need a 4-wheel, however you you like me and own a older SUV with live axles you only need a front end.
no you dont need a camber kit
you will need a front wheel alignment
Need to know if it is 2 wheel drive or 4 wheel drive.
Yes, wheel alignment machines do need to be calibrated.
if it is front wheel drive then you need new drive axels
it can if it is a manual transmission and is left in neutral. if it is an automatic you need to know if it is front or rear wheel drive. If its front wheel drive you need to lift the front wheels off the ground and if its rear wheel drive you have to lift the rear wheels off the ground.
When you take your hands off the steering wheel with the car moving and it goes to the left or right quickly.
Assuming the car is front wheel drive, you probably have worn suspension and or steering parts along with a need for an alignment.
One should get wheel alignment after you start feeling some vibration.
Yes, If the car is rear wheel drive you have to have the rear wheels on the dollie. Front wheel drive you need the front wheels on the dollie
yes all cars and trucks need to get aligned at some point