2001 Ford Ka • 4 cylinder FWD Manual • 150,000 miles
My Ka used to handle very well before I changed the clutch plates. Now, whenever I accelerate, the steering pulls to one side and the opposite happens when I release the accelerator. The clutch was changed by my mechanic & he cannot explains why this is happening. He has just changed all the suspension bushes & the problem is still persisting. Can someone suggest what is happening? Thank you.
April 6, 2011.
April 6, 2011.
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