Question about 1992 Dodge Grand Caravan
At a stand still the top is leaning out and the bottom of the tire is leaned in towards the vehicle.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: THE FRONT WHEELS ARE BOTH
Most common problem is excess ball joint wear, it's best to have a mechanic look at it to confirm. It will probably need ball joint and an alignment.
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
SOURCE: tire leaned in on top
It sounds like either you had a balljoint fail or your alignment/steering has had a serious failure.... did you hit or run over something before the problem?
The other possibility is a broken tie-rod end. Normally, this would not result in the wheel leaning on top- it would be sideways.
Either way, DO NOT DRIVE IT! this is SERIOUS and needs to be fixed ASAP! You can LOSE CONTROL without ANY WARNING!
This is a job for a trained mechanic and please...I beg you...get it TOWED and dont try and drive it!!!
Posted on Jan 28, 2011
The most common problem would be a bad lower ball joint. It could also be bad control arm bushings or a combination of the two. Neither is an expensive repair. This should be checked out and repaired soon as it could cause control issues. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 15, 2012
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