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i hit a curb =(

Old 07-20-2007, 12:51 PM
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[sm=smiley19.gif]SO [/align][/align]my name is Turi & I apparently can't drive for s**t...[/align][/align]I hit a curb the other night. Front right. I looked underneath my car & to my dismay have discovered that whatever steel piece that runs behind my AC condenser in the shape of almost a horse runs from the right side behind the tire & follows my front frame behind my condenser and on to the left side of my car...well whatever that is, i totally effed it's dented in about the size of a girls fist..maybe a little smaller=( [/align][/align]I already needed to get my CV axles done (both) and I knew that whenever i turned sharply to the left i wouldn't exactley hear anything but you could tell my car was struggling. And now when i turn to the left, there's a groaning noise and almost sounds like I'm dragging something....but only @ times. It doesn't do it everytime i turn to the left & it doesn't make the sound while I'm driving. There was no damage done to the exterior of my car, however.[/align][/align]what IS this huge steel piece that looks like it would be very expensive to replace & how much would it cost ? Could that have damaged anything else? I don't think my brakes, callipers or rotors are hurt in any way and my tire seems fine...PLEASE HELP! [sm=smiley19.gif][/align]
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