Heres the deal...
Got caught in the snow that hit DC/NOVA area. Car was great...until-
Going through a round about in 6" of snow. Hit either the inside of the round about curb or something. Either way it jutted the front end out from under me. Took a hit to the right front. No body damage...hit was square flat to the wheel up against a storm drain in a curb.
Kept driving due to the weather. No faut codes thrown, trans functions fine. I assume by the way it drove, no axle or CV issues. Brakes are fine. The traction control light came on...maybe killed the sensor or active due to the front end geometry being off.
Now I haven't gotten it up on the jack yet...but the only thing I see other than the scrape on the wheel is that the RF wheel is pushed about 3" back in the wheel well.
Opinions- control arms? Tie rods and ends? Could this be the extent of the damage?
Maybe going 5 mph max +/- a few...very low speed.
Thanks for any feedback.