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Passenger side tire tilts in at the bottom. I can still drive the car but I must on 1993 Chevrolet Camaro

be cautious, no sharp turns, no excessive speed and definetly no road trips. I have been told it's the ball joint. If it is the ball joint and I continue to drive it for a month or two, what will happen?

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thats the upper ball joint.be very carefull.easier to fix then then bottom ball joint.dont hit pot holes or railroad tracks or better yet,dont drive it.it a $25 dollar part to replace as long as a dealership or independant shop doesent replace it.