Posted at Sun Mar 09, 2008 1:02 pm
By Service Writer, Certified 2CarPros Master Technician
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Normally it sounds like an excessive toe-in problem, hopefully put a real alignment tech on the job that day. I assume the tires are good.
The upper strut mounts or ball joints may be binding givng it memory steer. Get the front end in the air and see if the wheels will move in a turning motion reasonably easy.
I bought the car from a Cadillac dealer last May.
It had 37,225 miles on it. A new lft. Frnt caliper was installed, 4 new cooper tires, and an alignment was done prior to purchase. I've put about 2,200 miles on it during the 10 months I've owned it. It was perfectly, as good as new until I hit that bump in the road.
Thank you Paul!
I will return to Sears Monday and will reply again afterwards.
Thanks Very Much.
Sunday, March 9th, 2008 AT 4:40 PM