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When driveing i feel like the car wants to go its own way what can be the prob ? and when going through a rough spot the whole vehicle sways and shake up uncontrollably

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You may have worn front suspension components such as, steering ends, ball joints, anti roll bar bushings,control arm bushings shocks and wheel bearings

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