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Q: Wheel alignment necessary

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Do you need to do a wheel alignment when you replace the front struts on 2005 Ford Mustang?

A: Any time a component of the steering or sus...

Any time a component of the steering or suspension is replaced, then the front end should be aligned. I would say yes.

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