I have a 2004 ford taurus SE. When I go around a turn it feels like the car is sliding. Can't figure out why it's doing this all of a sudden. Help

Asked by Feb 17, 2016 at 10:56 AM about the 2004 Ford Taurus SE

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Something in your suspension is probably worn or broken. Are the lug nuts tight on the wheels? Have the car inspected/looked at ASAP.

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Could be your Pitman idler arm is loose or needs replaced as it is shot. Don't put this off.

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