Question about 2004 Ford Taurus
Yesterday I noticed that my steering wheel is not centered like normal and now has shifted to the left when the car is going straight. Also, the car seems to wave back and forth and gets worse with more speed. What's up?
The 1st thing that comes to mind is: have u let anyone drive the car recently? I'm wondering if someone hit a curb, pot hole, etc and didn't want u to know about it. Yes, it's a rather 'out there' theory, but it would explain the apparent overnight development of front end problems. You need to have the front suspension components checked (tie rods, control arms, alignment, etc) because something happened as suggested above, or something is very worn and not too safe to drive.
Check it out asap, as this sounds unsafe to drive, please let me know what u find, good luck.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
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