Road wander is usually caused by a few things on your vehicle.
-incorrect tire pressures
-tires have a shifted belt or buldge in the tread
-control arm bushings are worn out
-worn wheel bearings
Basically, what you need to do is get your front end checked out, you might find that one of the wheels are loose due do a balljoint, tie rod, or wheel bearing. If nothing is loose then start looking at your tires and the control arm bushings. Also, your wheel may be slow to return to center after a turn because of your tires or you may have a dry balljoint that is causing friction for the wheel to turn. Does the wheel squeek at all when you turn it?
Saturday, March 28th, 2009 AT 8:23 AM