MY REAR TIRE ARE LEANING INWARD

Asked by GuruHVKF4 Jul 12, 2019 at 03:11 PM about the 2004 Chevrolet Malibu LS FWD

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

OK SO I GOT NEW SHOCKS, COIL SPRINS, CONTROL ARM... AND
TIRES ARE STILL LEANING... GETTING THE SHOCKS FIXED THE
SWAYING WHEN I HIT EVERY BUMP SO I DIDNT NEED SWAY BAR
LINKS. EVERYWHRE I GO SAY THEY WONT DO THE ALIGNMENT
UNTIL I GET IT FIXED BUT DONT KNOW WHATS WRONG WITH IT.. I
KNOW I NEED A DOG BONE AND I THINK ITS CALLED A LATTERAL
ARM (BAR) THAT RUNS FROM THE FRONT TO BACK. GETTING THIS
FIXED WILL IT HELP THE PROBLEM

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Your camber is out and a common problem on your vehicle. The bushings in the lower control arm and the upper lateral links tend to wear cause the wheels to lean inward. In most cases replacing the control arms and links would be cheaper than buying the bushings and having to spend the labor pushing out the old and installing the new. Then you can get an alignment, as the adjustment is not at all huge.

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