used 2000 focus replaced rh rear broken spring car slides in hard corners

Asked by Jul 18, 2015 at 09:26 PM about the 2000 Ford Focus SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2000 focus had rh rear coil replaced spring and rear lower suspension arm. When turn left in hard  corner rear of car throws car over the yellow line. Any ideas what problem is?

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Toe out, RR wheel ? what were the readings of your 4 wheel align printout from that repair? was the repair performed with correction to where the parts attach, then "crashbook" measurements taken before going ahead with wheel align measure ? you can have it rechecked, or look up measure values to go by in the Mitchell "crashbook" that a repair tech uses. They offer them sometimes at libraries if you cannot get to the frame rack for a bench,set,measure or 4 wheel align check. Driving thru a puddle onto a flat dry floor can illustrate what you actually have goin there.

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After measure is made, you could appeal to an insurance for a supplement or the manager of the service area where you had it corrected. they can check quick with road test and comparisons to a similar vehicle to understand your experience you describe. If you repaired it yourself, you need pro guidance.

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