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Front tire leaning on Chevy Corsica 96 what could be the cause?

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2005-12-17 04:36:56
2005-12-17 04:36:56

It could be anything from a shot bearing, bad or bent tie-rod or stabilizer, to just a common alignment problem. Best thing to do is take it to a local shop and ask them what is causing the problem. Any good reputable shop will usually take the time to quickly diagnose a problem for you and suggest what you might be able to do to fix the problem. -Kyle Slipdunk2@hotmail.com

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