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1994 dodge interpid

On the right side of my wheel will move back and foward when jacked up...
while driving my steering wheel will go side to side like it is trying to throw me off the road.... we was told it was a bushing what kind of bushing would do that.....or could it be something else...

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Its you INNER TIE ROD ENDS they are located behind the engine lean over and look for two rods that meet near center of the car and have someone rock the whel back and forth you'll see the play and they are very hard to change because the bolts are torqued very tight.
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