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Old 05-27-2007, 01:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My bmw 330 ci problem

My bmw has the front wheels inside(inward). One in negative 3 and other one in negative 2. Lead it to aligning but they do not find the problem. The car has 87k miles. Can someone help me? I found that boushing are damage. And I hear some sound of the terminals.
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Sounds like a possible problem with your control arm bushings. A simple yet many times effective check for this may to have your friend drive your car very slowly (2-3 mph) and slam the brakes. While he does this in front of you, you watch the front wheel to see if it shakes at all.

If this doesn't work then take it ot your mechanic for a simple inspection. He/she should be able to source the problem.
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thanks bro, i will chek this.
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