What does "now the steering is stuffed in one way or another" mean? You're asking me to do over a computer what the people at tire and alignment shops do, except they can actually see the car.
"When I turn my steering wheel and tires dont actually turn?"
If the wheels don't respond, something is broken in the steering gear or a tie rod end. Either way you'll need a tow truck to get it to the repair shop. For the rear wheels, are they turned in on top, bottom, front, or rear? The wheels could be bent. I'm not sure what type of rear suspension system your car has, but if it's a full axle, it likely is bent in the middle. If you have individual upper and lower control arms, those bend much easier but they're also easier to replace. The alignment specialist will inspect the steering and suspension systems and tell you what is needed. If bodywork is needed too, start with the body shop. They may replace bent parts too or they may take the car to the alignment shop for you. Either way they will take it to the alignment shop when they're done with everything else to have the alignment done.
Wednesday, May 27th, 2015 AT 10:02 PM