Question about 2006 Chrysler Sebring
Use e-brake first and block wheels. raise vehicule of the ground. with an assistant, turn the steering wheel from one side to another half a turn quickly while one is looking at steering components like tie-rod ends. look for loose parts. look on both sides. it might also be the ball joints. lower the car enough to have the tires touching the ground enough and also give a good look at it. turn steering wheel again like before and watch for uneven movement. whichever looks abnormal will need to be changed on both sides
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