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93 Legacy Wagon Steering Issues


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#1 svmjw

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Posted 03 August 2004 - 02:05 PM

I had all new tires and wheel alignment done on my 93 L wagon. When I
drove away the car pulled one way or another as I let go of the wheel.
After replacing the tires and re-doing the alignment, the tire shop guys
drove the car and told me that I have a steering problem that is not tire
or alignment related.

What do I need to have done and how much $ am I looking at?

Thanks




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