rear wheels sloped out at ground level??????????????

Asked by Aug 23, 2014 at 02:54 PM about the 2003 Buick Rendezvous CX FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

rear wheels sloped out at ground level and tilted in at top what would cause this

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A few things, sagging springs, worn suspension parts, alignment is wrong, worn bearings. I would have this checked out very soon, you don't want to be driving down the road and have your tire and wheel pass you.

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109,825

That is worst case.

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Are you talking where it's so bad you can see it like a LOT? Or it was at an alignment shop and they told you the camber was off? That car has 4 wheel independent suspension, odd both sides would do it..and at same time suddenly? It's also all-wheel drive, so it will have a differential. bent axle? did it take a hit? A floor jack...nawww...

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