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I have an E46 328i SE the steerig is very wandery at low speeds on poor surfaces, it tends to follow the contours. It has had new wishbones and rack and been aligned and cambered ,what else could it be ? REgards Andrew Bishop

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Change the ball joints &requires wheel balancing

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