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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Jan 29th, 06, 01:07 AM Thread Starter
 
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Wandering Front End

96 Camaro, Alignment Is Good, New Tires, New Brakes And Rotors, Bushings And Rods Tight. It Wanders Mostly Left But Also Right And When I Hit The Brakes It Will Turn The Steering Wheel Mostly Left But Also Right. I Am Thinking It Is A Loose Rack. How Can I Be Sure Or Do You Have Any Other Thoughts. Please Help. Thx
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Re: Wandering Front End

alignment cant be right if its doing that?
take it to a GOOD front end shop and tell em the symptoms.
Ill bet its an alignment problem or a loose worn out front end component.


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Re: Wandering Front End

Check your tire pressure. If your left tire is low, it can pull you in that direction.

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