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My car fishtails no matter how slow or fast i go. i went in to a ditch a few days ago and had to get pulled out and i heard a popping sound and ever since then the tail end of the car moves separtely from the front end

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This meens you have a rear wheel out of alighnment needs to go in a shop that is very not safe

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