I have a UK honda civic - 8th generation - this is to do with steering pulling.
My car seems to favour the right hand side crown of the road. On a flat road it drives straight - on a left hand crown it will hold a turn but not continue to turn into it, but on a right crown - it seems to want to continue turning.
The steering effort feels slightly biased to the right - more effort required to hold a left drifting corner than a right drifting corner.
Tracking is fine - runs dead straight on a flat road, but as soon as the road leans right, it wants to keep going that way. Never the left.
Directional tyres mean I can only rotate front to back, which I have done and I can still feel it - perhaps not quite as much.
Could it still be a tyre doing this or are we more likely to be looking at camber/caster specs. Or other problem?
Grateful for ANY advice on this!
have the same problem?
Wednesday, November 5th, 2014 AT 5:56 AM