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When i put my car up on a lift my tires move about 6in left and right before they catch any resistance what could the problem be

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I presume you mean when you jack the car up the wheels off the ground there is movement in the complete wheel left or right if this is correct its called free play which if its 4 to 6 inches there is definatley something wrong is this both front wheels if so it can only be the steering rack or the steering coupling if its on individual wheels just drop me a line and i will explain the possiblities yates210456

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