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My car car loses control on a the road what can be the problem?

My car car loses control on a the road

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Don't drive it, unsafe dude. get your entire frontend checked out, probably needs a front end alignment, new tires, front, could need a new idler arm, tie-rod ends, this vehicle is dangerous, donot drive until repaired , your life and others lives are more important than this dam car, GET IT FIXED NOW !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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