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Car pulls to the right and eating the edges of tire

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Going to replace the right axle bearing hub. Bearing shot at 80000 miles. This is one of the reason my car is pulling to the right. Ford has a problem with on the Taurus.

Posted on Aug 06, 2008


Going to replace the right axle bearing hub. Bearing shot at 80000 miles. This is one of the reason my car is pulling to the right. Ford has a problem with on the Taurus.

Posted on Aug 06, 2008


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