1999 mustang is lower on the rear driver side then on the rear pasanger side

Asked by Feb 23, 2015 at 11:57 PM about the 1999 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Replaced shocks, springs, upper
control arms, lower control arms.
And it still keeps leaning

6 Answers

5,725

It sounds to me that the car was in a major accident and not properly repaired. Do you have a "salvage title?" Your description sounds like a twisted body

Thx. I was told That the differential housing unit , could be bent. But I would want to be sure about it . Any help?

5,725

That is possible and could be the result of an accident improperly repaired

Best Answer Mark helpful

How can I be sure it's either the frame or the differential housing ?

And yes it has a salvage title. It's always been slightly lowered on the driver rear side. But I recently went into a curb . Change the shocks, springs, upper CA, lower CA. And now it's even more

5,725

Thanks for the "Best Answer" Sorry you bought a lemon. Salvage means just that. Sometimes you can get a good one but not often enough.

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