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kevin79

Front end alignment issue?

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I'm experiencing an issue that I'm hoping someone can shed some light on. I think it is an alignment issue and I hope I will just need a front end alignment done. Anyhow, here is what I am experiencing. After I turn right, I have to hold my steering wheel to the left to go straight (normal 12 o'clock on the wheel is at the 10-11 o'clock position). If I turn left, it fixes itself. Does this sound like an alignment issue or something else?

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Sounds like that might be something in the steering linkage. I'd have that checked out ASAP.

 

Its not an alignment issue..

 

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Also check pitman arm maybe.

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Also check pitman arm maybe.

I'm thinking it might be loose or something. Could be tre's slipping too. Scary stuff if you ask me. If the OP isn't able to inspect themselves, I'd recommend getting into a mechanic ASAP.

 

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Thanks everyone. I'm bringing it to my mechanic on Thursday.

 

 

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