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Old 08-31-2009, 07:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok so I the tires rotated and balanced at sears, and also had an alignment done. The steering wheel and the ride will be perfectly smooth, and then randomly shake for no reason. I just installed an ome stabilser. Sometimes it wants to track straight sometimes it wants to go left, and sometimes right. I even took it back to make sur it was aligned, and the computer said that it was. I did have an accident with a wooden bridge( partially slipped off and landed on trackbar), but i replaced it. I am puzzled and have tried everything I know of to do. The steering wheel had virtually no slop in it before the accident, and then when the alignment was out of wack there was a ton of play. after the alignment was done, the steering was much tighter, but still not perfect. Can there be enough error in the computer to justify adjusting the track bar even more? Looking at the wheels in the wheel well with the steering wheel straight, it looks as though the right wheel is still toe out.
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