1996 Ford Explorer 6 cyl Four Wheel Drive Automatic
i have a 1996 ford explorer that i accidentally drove off a small ledge. The front passenger wheel and tire are good, but the driver side's wheel is leaning in. I had to drive i home going 10mph, which wasnt very cool. on the way home, looking at the tire, i could see the lower part of the wheel and tire, but the top was completely leaned inwards, and it was making a screeching noise (sounded like i was drifting). When i got home, i took the tire off the front driver side. I noticed that the sway bar link was completely broken, the outer tie rod joint popped out from its socket, and the inner tie rod was bent in the shape of a "J".... it took me a while, but i replaced the sway bar link, inner tie rod, and the outer tie rod, but something seemed to be wrong. the front wheel is not leaning inwards as it was earlier, but it was still leaning. i dont seem to know whats wrong with it. would you please help me out with this problem??
have the same problem?
Monday, September 13th, 2010 AT 10:12 PM