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?
Slid into a curb, affected camber on front driver-side wheel on 1998 Saturn SL1
by Jeff Cottrill in Folsom, CA on June 07, 2011
ANSWER by hemicuda on June 07, 2011
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 by patrick mannion on June 07, 2011
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.