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Theres a rod with a clamp that goes from the tire to underside of car it rusted away what can i do when i drove the car home it feels like im drivin oh ice

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Though you are very vague on this, I think it's your tie rod end...Replace it! It's not difficult to do and instructions are in most inexpensive manuals. If it's not the tie rod end, change whatever it is...it can't be safe to drive that way. In either case, check everything else under there to make sure all else is in good shape!

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