Suspect a ball joint or an upper strut mount as the most likely suspects. Your car doesn't have cv joints. I'd start with an inspection at a tire and alignment shop. Many do that for free, but even if they do charge for the service, that's a better deal than wasting money on the wrong parts. If they aren't real busy, they may even take the time to show you how they found the cause of the problem.
Tuesday, January 29th, 2013 AT 3:15 AM