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Old 19-04-17, 07:15 AM   #11
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Done the same as you Lester and still exact same issue, im thinking more radical, can I take the steering wheel off and tighten it again at a different angle! anbody know if this can be done, I dont think this is a sensor issue, maybe something somewhere is knocked out of place
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Old 19-04-17, 08:36 PM   #12
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Check ride heights on the 4 corners. A saggy spring can cause it to pull to one side. [while you are about it, check springs are in fact intact]
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Old 21-04-17, 08:12 AM   #13
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Had this on the RXH, swapped the fronts over and made a nice difference (brand new tyres only fitted a few weeks before) but still not 100% had the tracking done and again that bit better but not perfect, swapped the rear tyres over and again a slight difference but nothing that might not just be placebo.

Had the car on a RR recently and it will run strait and true so I think the tracking although correct for the manufacturer is slightly out for our UK roads and our bias for drainage, got it booked into wheels in motion who I had my old Merc sorted at (it used fo do exactly the same) and will see if that makes a difference,

It is a last ditch attempt though and it's not pulling badly to annoy me now so if there no difference I'll just live with it.
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Old 25-04-17, 11:35 AM   #14
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I had this on my GT, went away when I put new tyres on it so it must have been that.

Could be worth swapping tyres around to see?

Also I have found it best to go to a good tyre shop that has something like a hunter 4 wheel alignment system. I had mine checked using a supertracker when I first got it, they said both front and rear out so adjusted. Felt different but still pulled to left.

When I had new tyres I went to a better place locally, check was free on the Hunter system, revealed front slightly out and they adjusted, much cheaper than first place but I feel and understand from research hunter better tool for the job.

Anyway don't give up and good luck in getting it sorted.
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