Question about Ford Laser
Sounds unsafe to drive. Before risking life and limb further I would give the car a thorough inspection on each corner. First check that the wheels run true and that no play is detectable in the bearings or in the ball joints in the control arms, use a pry bar to push and lever all the links. Check all the rubber bushings to ensure that they are in good condition. Check the sub frame rubber bushings likewise. Absolutely nothing should be lose or floppy even under strong provocation by the pry bar. Check the ball joints in the steering control arms. Finally If there is nothing obvious I would take it to a garage and have the wheel alignment checked. They will determine any underlying fault in the car geometry
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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