2006 ford 500

Asked by Jan 04, 2018 at 10:27 AM about the 2006 Ford Five Hundred

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I drive a ford 500 and when im driving my car will
jerk hard to the right it feels like someone picked
my car up and moved it over can anyone tell me
what it might be it needed a motor mount i fixed
that and it still does it my car will litterly go over in
the center lane and its scary i really need help

1 Answer

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Have you taken it to a shop? An alignment shop will inspect and diagnose any suspension issue you may be experiencing. Obviously the car is NOT SAFE to drive, so make this a high priority to get it looked at and fixed. It doesn't do any good to ask people over the internet - who can't see the car - what is wrong with it, it needs to be looked at by a pro in person. Now, if I had to guess what was wrong: bad tie rod end, broken mount or bushing for a sway bar or control arm, or bad ball joint. So quit screwing around on the ol' interwebs and get it in to a shop pronto.

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