Question about 1997 Volvo 850
Weak or sagging spring, bad bushing possible bad Nivomat shock if so equipped. Measure right height at the wheel arches. if it is very low on that wheel have someone versed in Volvo look at it and see if it has a Nivomat shock. If the wheel is tilted in either the ride level has dropped on that side caused by something supporting the body like a spring or load leveling shock (nivomat) or a bushing has gone bad allowing the lower arm to move out or the upper arm to move in. Assuming there has been no body damage those are your only choices. Try a shop that does chassis work or a high end front end/suspension shop. Whoever is looking at this is missing something
Posted on Apr 10, 2015
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