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The Car moves not in a straight line axis

The car had damaged in an accident in the left rear side
with the wheel,what should i replace in addition to the damaged parts of the body

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  • mazinalamir Dec 03, 2008

    Thank u 4 ue help

    it is really like what u have said

    but i was asking is there any way 2 change the damaged part or it can easily be repared

    my greetings

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You should check the struts and if it was badly damaged the chasis could be out of line or bent . if this helps please rate joe

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

  • joe duff Dec 04, 2008

    the only way the body can be checked is at a body shop. they will be able to tell you what other parts need replacing and most of these can be done at home. hope this helps

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