I just had a used transmission put in to replace the old one in my 1998 Dodge Durango. It is a 4WD, V-8, 5.2 L, Automatic Transmission. Guy who repaired it took wheels off to set the Dodge Durango on cinder blocks while putting the replacement transmission in. He didn't do a good job. I had the Durango towed to my Father-in-laws house. They were suppose to have been home when it was being delivered but they didn't make it home on time. When they got home, they found the Durango sitting down low in the front like it a giant had took his foot and stomped on the front of it. The two front wheels were literally not straight but turned outward like back to the future car wheels were. The whole front end sits very low to the ground as well. We don't know who done what, whether it was the towing company or the guy who had put the transmission on when he had took the tires off. He claims he only had one tire off to put the transmission in anyway. But my question is, what will cause the wheels to do this? My Father-in-law but new shocks on thinking that was the cause but it didn't help solve anything and no one can see what is going on? Need help with this and would appreciate your expertise!
have the same problem?
Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015 AT 9:16 AM