Having problems with your 1989 Toyota Camry ?

Girl hit curb headon at 50 mph. Flatened 3 tires and messed up 3 rims. Right tire is turned about 3 inches to the right when the steering wheel is straight and left tire is straight. We replaced rims and tires. Bought new tie rod end, sway bar, sway bar bushings and brackets, lower control arm bushings. Adjusted tie rod end to bring right tire straight but the sway bar will not fit and can't figure out what else is bent. What else can a poor man do?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-07-2021

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When you get into a collision with a new car, IT'S SCRAP. simple and plain, it is what it is. You can spend to no end chasing down the problem yourself, take it to a ******* who won't do it right or bring it to someone who'll charge you two legs and an arm thru the ***. Unless you have diags with datum hole info and a good shop GL..
There are many other things that can be bent, and it may not be visible to the naked eye. Hitting a curb at 50 mph is a BIG impact, the mounting points for the suspension components may be bent as well. This isn't a job for a mechanic, bring the car to a GOOD, reputable body shop. They have the equipment and expertise to diagnose exactly what is damaged/bent.
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