Son hit a slick spot going around a corner, and the front driver-side wheel slid sideways into a curb, causing a bit of positive camber. It doesn't look like anything was broken, but it may have bent the sway bar in. Can this be "un-bent", or are we looking at replacement?
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1998 Saturn SL1
Question: Slid into a curb, affected camber on front driver-side wheel
Answer #1hemicuda June 07, 2011, 14:43Master
Probably need to replace this, And you can get these parts here www.parts.com about $116 plus shipping http://www.parts.com/schematics/mechanical/V0P060.gif Have the control arm and ball joints checked also
Answer #2patrick mannion from Greg Solow's Engine Room, June 07, 2011, 22:43Master
An alignment shop can measure how far off the alignment is off and look for chassis damage, Wheel Works, Big O, Firestone, Good Year, I am sure there are many good aliment shops in Folsom.