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Old 10-04-2017, 01:08 PM   #1
Brittani_K
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2002 SL2
Dizzy Strut/ball joint or something else??

I've replaced both hub assembly on my 02 SL2 5 speed! I also replaced tie rod ends! But my car is pulling to the driver side bad, it's a workout to drive even 40miles holding it to the right! But also when I go into a left hand turn it feels like it's jumping/jerking to the right! Someone said that my passenger front strut was bad! Would that cause this issue? If not what is going Wrong?? Plz help me figure this out! Don't want to spend a bunch of money an that not be the problem!

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