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If something has failed on the left, change the one on the right etc.
It's not neglect to leave the suspension on a modern car alone, unless there's symptoms.
Just get wheel alignment checked occasionally, at least when replacing tires, IMHO.
The trick is finding an alignment tech who can be trusted to improve things.
It's common for a FWD car to make an odd tread wear pattern on the rear tires if rotations aren't regularly done.

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