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My left rear wheel is leaning in at the top - 2001 Dodge Stratus

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Sounds like a dangerous thing....
Your lower control arm may have seperated from the ball joint... which could cause a dangerous situation should you continue to drive it...
Take a look under the car and see if the lower control arm looks broken... compare it to the other side... then call AAA and have it taken to a garage to be serviced....

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