BOUT MY TIRES AND FRAME
2000 Mercury Marquis • 110,000 miles
My tires lean towards the car amd its eating my tread why are they leaning so bad and I did run in to a tree amd I know I have to replace a arm's tie rods and sleves amd ball joints and swaybar links would any of those be the problem
July 8, 2012.
July 8, 2012.
You pretty much answered your own question bent or worn steering and suspension parts will throw the alignment off and eat tires. You will have to get the front end inspected and the worn/bent parts replaced. Then get a alignment.
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