1997 Honda Civic Q&A
1997 Honda Civic Question: Wheel issues
My passenger front wheel is not centered in the well.all my other wheels are pretty centered in the wells.Belle tire told me my lower control arm is bent.I changed it out along with inner and outter tie rods.The tire is still sitting about an inch from the back well.Does this sound like a bent unibody or subframe and is it usally fixable?How much?Thanks - lacomjo
A "bent" chassis is not going to be an inexpensive thing to fix. In your ownership has the car been involved in an accident? Have you had an alignment after replacing the tie rod ends? Alignment figures showing caster, and camber figures in particular will show signs of steering or suspension problems particularly if the discrepancy between one side and the other are great. - patrick mannion
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