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|11-04-18, 09:24 AM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2018
My steering was pulling to right a fair bit. So I went to get steering aligned. While there I got new tires.
When they went to align they said there was a problem that they could not fix.
caster: +3 Degrees 00 minutes - +2 Degress 29 minutes
front camber: - 0 degrees 53 minutes - -0 degrees 37 minutes
front toe partial; +0 degrees 12 minutes - +0 degrees 2 minutes.
In the end I didnt get the alignment done. car is much better with new tires but not perfect.
Im not mechanic. What is the issue here and how to fix?
What parts will be required.
I work in Qatar so will get my wife to bring them in from the UK at a tenth of the cost if needed.
Look forward to your replies.
|12-04-18, 09:43 AM||#2|
Join Date: Apr 2017
Funny you should bring this up I heard a rumour about this. My car does the same but mines a rhd 207cc and since it's set up for lhd country I hear that they adjust the caster differently on one side of the car to account for the general camber of the roads. Since I'm now on the other side of the road my car wants to lean into the curb. Got my alignment done too but it's still there slightly so maybe they didn't account for it.
2008 Peugeot 207cc THP 150bhp