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Hi i have a question, on my 1998 Honda Civic i replaced the cv axles, lower ball join and tie rod end. Everything fitted right but when i drive it feels like the car stability is really bad feels like the car doesn't have a grip and feels like if the road were wet.

Very slippery i don't know if maybe the suspension may cause that or if i do an alignment that problem will be gone.


   
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Well, that depends on the reason you replaced these parts. If you replaced these parts becuase of an accident, then you may have something bent like a control arm or even the frame.

If that is not the case and it drove fine before replacing these parts, then i would first start with a front end alignment. You replaced a tie rod end, and if you did not measure perfectly to get it on right, then the alignment i way off.

Also check for a bent rim or bad tire.
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