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Re: Wierdness from the front end

>> I've noticed lately, when I accelerate or brake hard, the car starts to
>> head for the right shoulder.  I suspect tie rods, but I'd like to here
>> some more informed opinions.
>Check the upper strut bearings ... when they go bad (and out here, that's
>about every two years) the car will behave exactly as you described.  The
>nice thing is they're cheap and can be replaced in about 10 minutes each.
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>    / l       l o l  \       l o l  \  _   _ o  _   _   AudiDudi@delphi.com
>   /__l l l / l l l  l l l / l l l /  / l /  l l \ / _  Jeffrey Goggin
>  /   l l_l \_l l l__/ l_l \_l l l  \ \_l \_ l l l \_l  Scottsdale, Arizona
Any idea what is involved in this "10 minute" operation?  My Bentley says
nothing about how to change them and the picture indicates I have to
compress the springs.  Any insight/procedure you can direct my way on how to
do this will be greatly appreciated.

Allan Tygert
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