Question about 2000 Ford Focus
More than likely the thrust angle is off
basicly what this means instead of rear tires pointing straight forward it pointing slighly to the left or right
how this got off can be numours a few possiablys are
was in acdient and never fixed right
some part bent in rear this can happen by being towed wrong , jacking in wrong place ,hititing something in road
or could just have worn out parts in rear
your best bet is to take it to a alignment shop and have it checked out
most alignment shops will check it over for free tell you what wrong and how much it cost to fix
then you have option of taking somewhere else , fixing it yourself , or having them do it after the problem is fixed tho you will need to take it back to alignment shop to have it aligned
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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