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

(1993 Chevrolet Camaro)
in Campbell Hall, NY on September 04, 2013
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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of Joels Auto Service on September 04, 2013
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.
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