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Old 01-07-2011, 02:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My LR3 05 when I travel at low or high speeds.I have new tires and have had a front end alignment and new both lower control arm replaced. So what could be wrong?
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Let's break it down...

In what order did you have this stuff done? What tires are your running? How new is new? Who did the alignment? Have you checked your tire pressure?

The factory issue Goodyear Wranglers are garbage. If that's what you're running I'd check them for cupping.
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Ok
4 michelin latitude tire installed on 10-11-10 55.765 k mile,both front control arm and alignment on 4-1-11 57.938 k mile. All work has ben completed by LR shop.
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What air pressure????????????????????????
Have you bounced off a curb recently?
I would go back to whoever did the alignment, although most shops won't put a time/mileage warranty on alignments, but that is where you should start looking.
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I told before to the LR shop about the vehicle pulls to the right.
Answer from the LR:
TEST DROVE AND NOTED VEHICLE DRIFTING WHIT THE CROWN OF THE ROAD.
VEHICLE TRACKING AND BRAKING WITHIN SPECT.
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Tracking with crown of the road is probably all that's happening. Look at the roads and decide if it's pulling more than it should, but even a perfect alignment will follow ruts and stuff. If you're compensating to keep it driving straight then it might be a true alignment issue.
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An accurate air pressure reading is necessary to figure this out. We have your answer if your right front corner is much lower than the left.
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