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Front passenger side wheel collapsed. 2006 Sebring 2.7 litres, Sedan Touring.

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Front passenger side wheel collapsed. 2006 Sebring 2.7 litres, Sedan Touring.

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Old 02-16-2018, 12:37 PM
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Default Front passenger side wheel collapsed. 2006 Sebring 2.7 litres, Sedan Touring.

My Front passenger side wheel collapsed as i was backing out of parking lot. The cars wheel is leaning now and i could not drive the car back or forth. Can someone advise what could be cause and cost to fix something like this?
i know i had a simple ball joint replaced on both sides one year ago.
car has 163,000km and runs great.
2006 Touring 2.7L, Sebring 6 cyl.
Thank you
 
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Old 02-16-2018, 04:22 PM
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There are a number of suspension parts and even body structure that can cause a collapse as you describe. It would be helpful if you could post some pictures of the damage yours has sustained for anyone to be able to give any meaningful advice.
 
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