Question about 1996 Chrysler Concorde
How do i fix it
It's not "fix"able. Replace it. It's not that difficult. It includes the ball joint. Insist on a Moog replacement.
Don't tighten the pivot bolt (the end with the rubber bushing) until you've reassembled everything and put the car back down on its wheels. This will ensure that the bushing is locked in the neutral up/down position. If you fail to do this, the new bushing will fail quickly.
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