my camry leans (bottoms) while changing to left lane at high speed

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Old 20 Sep 2008, 11:32 pm   #1 (permalink)
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I have 95 camry close to 180k. I have replaced all four struts and
springs last year. Now a day i am having hard time in changing to
left lanes on highway. Car driver rear bottoms or leans too much.
also same on right side curves. I did observe their is slight rubbing
of both rear brakes. I have new brake pads and machined drums
recently. I did change stablizer bar. Please help me what may be
problem.

The mechanic who did change struts and springs tells every thing is
alright.

I had similar problem on the rear passenger after replacing struts and
springs some how problem disappreared automaticaly.
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Old 23 Sep 2008, 07:32 am   #2 (permalink)
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On Sep 20, 11:32*pm, adalharp <b.prahl...@lycos.com> wrote:
> Hi
>
> I have 95 camry close to 180k. *I have replaced all four struts and
> springs last year. *Now a day i am having hard time in changing to
> left lanes on highway. Car driver rear bottoms or leans too much.
> also same on right side curves. I did observe their is slight rubbing
> of both rear brakes. I have new brake pads and machined drums
> recently. *I did change stablizer bar. * Please help me what may be
> problem.
>
> The mechanic who did change struts and springs tells every thing is
> alright.
>
> I had similar problem on the rear passenger after replacing struts and
> springs some how problem disappreared automaticaly.


Was it fine till recently, you have a warranty on what was done.
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Old 23 Sep 2008, 07:33 am   #3 (permalink)
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On Sep 20, 11:32*pm, adalharp <b.prahl...@lycos.com> wrote:
> Hi
>
> I have 95 camry close to 180k. *I have replaced all four struts and
> springs last year. *Now a day i am having hard time in changing to
> left lanes on highway. Car driver rear bottoms or leans too much.
> also same on right side curves. I did observe their is slight rubbing
> of both rear brakes. I have new brake pads and machined drums
> recently. *I did change stablizer bar. * Please help me what may be
> problem.
>
> The mechanic who did change struts and springs tells every thing is
> alright.
>
> I had similar problem on the rear passenger after replacing struts and
> springs some how problem disappreared automaticaly.


Stabiliser bars dont wear out, get a second opinion.
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Old 23 Sep 2008, 09:19 pm   #4 (permalink)
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On Sep 23, 7:33*am, ransley <Mark_Rans...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> On Sep 20, 11:32*pm, adalharp <b.prahl...@lycos.com> wrote:
>
> > Hi

>
> > I have 95 camry close to 180k. *I have replaced all four struts and
> > springs last year. *Now a day i am having hard time in changing to
> > left lanes on highway. Car driver rear bottoms or leans too much.
> > also same on right side curves. I did observe their is slight rubbing
> > of both rear brakes. I have new brake pads and machined drums
> > recently. *I did change stablizer bar. * Please help me what may be
> > problem.

>
> > The mechanic who did change struts and springs tells every thing is
> > alright.

>
> > I had similar problem on the rear passenger after replacing struts and
> > springs some how problem disappreared automaticaly.

>
> Stabiliser bars dont wear out, get a second opinion.


Mine does the same, my Monroe struts started to go bad after 1 year
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