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Hello All,

Its the 3rd challenge i am having with my 2005 LR3.
I have tried unsuccessfully to get my cars alignment done properly. The car still veers towards the right side of the road whenever i leave the steering. Not only is this dangerous, it also makes driving the car uncomfortable and not fun. I have tried over 3 different Tire alignment shops and non of them have succeeded. I have rotated my tires and there is no difference. The truck still veers towards the right side of the road whenever i leave the steering which is very unsettling.
Still love my car. Just want to get it driving well and in top shape.

Many thanks in advance for your suggestions.
 

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Have you checked out the control arm bushings?
 

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You might need new control arms, this will also take out the squeeking steering sound
 

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Go to Atlantic British, you will need an alignment after the new lower control arms are replaced. Take it to a LR shop and have them check to make sure.
Dave
 

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Not sure if your in the USA or not but if you are this is what your after. Lower Control Arm Kit

Good guys to deal with great customer service and fast shipping
 

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No worries
 
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