Question about Mitsubishi Lancer
There is four possibility's for this 1. bad struts, 2. Bad ball joints 3.Bad lower control arm bushings; and 4. Bad sway bar bushing.
The control arm and sway bar bushing can be sprayed with a lube to possible eliminate one at a time these two.
The bad strut- does it look oilly inside the spring or rusted; eather or you may need to replace them (never replace as a single, always replace both).
Ball joints- rubber can picked to see if it is dry and rusty; if not and no greasce point they may need replaceing.
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Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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