Q: My back rear tire is leaning inward at the top and wheel is getting some tear on the inside of the tire

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My back rear driver side wheel leaning inwards

My car has 226 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

If you have one of the rear tires leaning in then you have damaged the upper control arm or spindle is bent. Have the vehicle suspension checked for damaged components and have alignment done.

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