I got my alignment checked on a 98 mustang and it's good. The steering wheel has a lot of play and the car veers a lot, especially on uneven roads or potholes, it veers which ever way the dip is basically.. I live where potholes are a problem and if I go over a patch of messed up road, the car is almost out of control. I have to compensate for whichever way the wheels turn, and I'm sure it looks like I'm driving drunk half the time because most roads aren't level. I know it's something in my suspension but I'm not sure what it is. Any ideas? car has 110k on the dash

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find a better alignment shop, their job is to find worn parts that make for steering play. Worn ball joints and tie rods are common