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What causes the front wheels to lean in at ?

(1992 Mercury Sable)
in Bedford, TX on January 02, 2013
the front wheels are leaning at the top and it wearing out the inside of the tires.
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of Greg's Orange Auto on January 03, 2013
agree with bak it could be several items but alignment will let you know what is bad
on January 03, 2013
This is usually a suspension issue which causes an alignment problem. Usual suspects are: worn ball joints, worn out struts need to inspect to find out which. Betting on the worn out ball joints.
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