So I was driving this morning and it was icy and I hit the curp in my suburb and now my front left tire is pushed backward and the steering wheel is turned so instead of being how it is normal when im driving straight, its about 60 degrees counter clockwise? ive got a 2004 saturn ion.How much is it going to be to fix it, would you happen to know?

Asked by Nov 29, 2014 at 08:50 AM about the 2004 Saturn ION 2 Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Front left tire bent inward slightly and pushed back.
Wheel is turned

4 Answers

Wow. must have hit pretty hard. (Don't get me wrong. I have done same thing on ice..can happen to anybody). Cost? Hard to say. Click this

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At least $700, probably more. If you are driving it you may damage your CV joints or even the transmission/ Look at it this way ... you can kiss your insurance deductible good-bye. The good news is ... this may not effect your insurance

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269,375

Yes, all of the above, your bent and or broke something, throwing the alignment out. DO not drive it unless to the shop to have them repair it correctly. I'd say closer to $1500.

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And I thought you were going to roll over to 0 :-)

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