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how do I fix the back driver side rod that connects to my tire if its broke?

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Answer #1 | 27/12 2013 16:11
Have it towed to the dealership or other competent shop - THAT'S how it gets fixed. And if you caused such serious damage to the car, just cut up your driver's license now please.
Answer #2 | 27/12 2013 17:47
You need to have it towed to a repair shop that also wheel alignments. Because after this is fixed, you will need a wheel alignment. As well, breaking a tie rod will likely have caused other hidden damage and this part of the car is so safety critical that only a professional, with the correct equipment should work on it.
Answer #3 | 27/12 2013 19:57
If you damaged the rear suspension on a three year old car that badly, it's a safe bet there is a lot more broken than you think. You need to bring it to a professional, this is not something you can fix in your driveway. If you had an accident and hit something you might be able to make an insurance claim, I would say it's highly unlikely that a fairly new Impala would have this kind of problem without an accident of some sort.

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