Question about 1995 Geo Prizm
Most like it is unsafe to drive. The mounting points of the suspension require an upper and lower pivoting joint. There are some differences in front wheel and rear wheel designs and whether you have struts or shocks to cushion road impacts.
Some strut assemblies have bearing "rings" which pivot when the steering in turned from side to side. Bearings can work their way loose and leave voids which collapse.
In either design, the weight of the car is pushing on these parts. Even wheel bearings can cause a shift in how the tire sets. But by this time you are approaching a dangerous condition where a spindle can snap or brakes can bind as the rotors shift from the collapsed bearings.
You need some special tools to disassemble and reassemble the parts.
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Posted on Dec 11, 2012
any shop can find this cause, in about 15 to 30 min.'s work
even 1 second for #3
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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